I can't believe this restaurant has any customers at all. The ""food,"" and I use the term with great hesistation, was absolutely disgusting. They just piled mounds of unappetizing -looking food on top of each other, with no thought as to presentation. It's a prix-fixe menu, with your only choice the entree. You get some cold vegetables, some digustingly salty pickled fish, many other unrecognizable dishes, and for my entree, a dry chicken kabab with french fries. I don't know, maybe all of the russians there were happy they weren't waiting in line for a potato like during the Cold War. All of this for the remarkably reasonable price of $55 per person. Oh, and you have to bring your own alcohol. You do get a show, but it's not worth suffering through the food. If you ever get invited, invent an excuse not to go.
Pros: It's hard to find, There's only one, Only open weekends
Cons: Food, No alcohol, Noisy