The restaurant takes the concept behind its own name to the extreme, presenting an imitation of a 19th century Parisian salon with a dash of contemporary Kiev glamour: plasma TV screens in gilt frames, crystal lamps, etc. In other words, decadent kitsch. The Decadence House is owned by the Carte Blanche restaurant chain popular in Kiev and still counts among the local golden crowd's favourite hangouts. There is certainly no shortage of colourful characters among the patrons, from long-legged girls in mini dresses to representatives of the local political elite. It has to be said that the service is perfect and the menu will not disappoint you either. It is extensive enough (including the inevitable sushi, the object of Kiev's protracted culinary obsession), and yet this is one of the very few spots in the city where you can also sample some genuinely creative versions of traditional Ukrainian cuisine - speaking of which, the Ukrainian borscht (UAH 42), Chicken Kiev (UAH 89) and golubtsy - cabbage rolls with meat stuffing - (UAH 89) are all excellent choices.
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Keywords: Kiev, restaurant, Ukrainian