The Russian Kitsch Restaurant is situated on Vasilievsky Island, on the oldest embankment of Saint Petersburg.
The decoration of the restaurant combines luxury with self-mockery: green marble, pompous gilded garlands of flowers, hand painted murals on the ceiling and epic canvases on the walls. The restaurant features 6 halls, 2 glass galleries and a dancing hall, each of which reflects some aspects of the Russian past.
Capacity of the Russian Kitsch Restaurant is 100 seats.
European. The menu in the Russian Kitsch is full of non compatible dishes, for example common herring slightly pickled in pistachio and served with real gold leafs or common sausages made from foie gras. Also to surprise crispy honey goat cheese salad with home spices and orange dressing, pea soup with grilled bacon, or profitroles with hot chocolate sauce for the sweet, etc.