The extensive menu of traditional Russian food served at this stylish inn makes it a solid choice for lunch or dinner, and so does the fact that it's right across the street from the central gate of the Abramtsevo estate. If you don't feel like dining in, order a few pirozhki (small pies of cabbage, apple, or potatoes) to go. They're particularly delicious with mors, a traditional Russian cranberry drink.
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