A typical city building is believably and artfully turned into a Ukrainian tavern or something akin to a well-off Ukrainian household. The make-believe and its special ambiance are conjured up by big windows and typical décor details, like floral wall paintings and a wooden cart. There is also a verdant oak-tree and a massive stone oven with a large smutty mouth. Everything is done in good taste and boasts fine quality. Every detail is well thought out - starting from folk costumes of waiters, suitable musical background up to carved wooden spoons and earthenware dishes. Vodograi offers the very best traditional Ukrainian fare - freshly made dumplings called varenyky, sausages, suckling pig, porridges, borsch, etc. Everything is tasty, yet doesn't come cheap.
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Keywords: restaurant, Saint Petersburg