Calm and thought through interior design of Buono creates a relaxed ambience where I felt at ease.
I usually don’t like extremely posh and over the top venues, and prior to our visits to the restaurant it was my concern that I won’t be able to relax.
I’ve had much-much better cakes and coffee for much cheaper.
You see, Peter and I decided not to waste our time and money on presents (we both are not so big on shopping).
Instead every year one of us plans a day out for us to spend together. So, my surprise for Peter was a guided tour around a historical area of central Moscow – Kitay Gorod (my next blog post will be about the excursion), and a romantic dinner somewhere lovely.
We didn’t go for wine unfortunately as I’m not allowed to drink temporarily.
The dessert was a bit disappointing, it was not awful but I expected something more for £13 ($21)!
For example, steak of suckling lamb ham, slowly fried in hay, served with spicy chickpeas and sauce of veal broth.
You can also enjoy desserts only characteristic to contemporary Latvian cuisine.
It was featured in 2008 Bartender’s Guide as one of the World’s Top Ten Bars.
Most reviews that I read online were positive praising the view and cocktails in the bar.
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