so, the food is simple nothing special, service is the same, can’t recommend this one but it’s on the top of the list, though the interior is nice!
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Thoroughly enjoyed an Oriental meal at this beautifully decorated restaurant in Baroque style. The service and food par excellence. Lovely live singing. We preferred to sit on the first floor overlooking the band below
This is obviously a high-class restaurant, but with a lavish style and décor - too much for my liking (a lot of "gold"). The food was good, but not gourmet.
The food was excellent & the service was an abomination. The wait staff are clueless. It is a same, a beautiful nineteenth century looking restaurant with excellent food & terrible service
I was on a day trip tour from St. Petersburg. We were taken to Turandot for lunch. One of the ladies at the table described it as being like sitting inside a Faberge egg. We were served salad, borscht, beef stroganoff, and dessert. The food...More
There is no corner of this restaurant that is not touched by the highest of European opulence. The food was fantastic, and the service was extremely warm and welcoming without breaking the atmosphere of prestige. Highly recommended for a special occasion, like after a show...More
We first heard about this restaurant on Russia Tour Highlights - how much it cost to build, how its owned by a Russian tycoon, etc. We went on a day trip to Sergiev Posad (the closest of the Golden Cities) and decided to stop by...More
What a blast. Had been second time at the Turandot, once during the winter time and now during the summer. This time we had the chance to had our lunch at the terrace, kind of a roof top bar. The interior design might be not...More
Beautiful ambiance and bad service . We sat down and ordered water to drink...we literally waited 10 minutes and server had not returned for our order. We asked another server if I can order and we were told to wait. We left soon after without...More
We made the reservation thru hotel concierge in advance, so a lovely table was kept for us. The entrance really, hard to notice. In fact it's next to Pushkin Café. Once entering it, it's really spacious inside. As if oneself is in the museum or...More