In Moscow, on Triumfalnaya Square, a canteen “Kremlevsky” was opened, which sells dishes from the plant, which serves employees of the State Duma, the Federation Council, the government and the Supreme Court. This was reported in Komsomolskaya Pravda.
“Both in the dining room of the State Duma, and here, mainly Russian cuisine. Everyone’s favorite Olivier, vinaigrette, although we added more modern dishes – an appetizer of tomatoes and mozzarella, a salad with chicken and crispy croutons. Now seasonal soups are okroshka and beetroot. There are cutlets in Kiev, and for those who are on a diet – steam. Pastries – from cottage cheese pies to homemade gingerbread – are baked by our plant, ”Komsomolskaya Pravda” quotes an employee of the institution.
The correspondent of Komsomolsky Pravda reported that the dinner cost her 589 rubles. “Olivier” can be bought for 130 rubles, okroshka with sour cream is sold for 175 rubles, and a beetroot bun for 15 rubles, chicken fillet costs 170 rubles, and steamed vegetables – 99 rubles, eclairs – 50 rubles. According to her, “Kremlin” is more like a theater hall with a buffet than a dining room.
There you can drink a glass of sparkling wine, domestic wines, milkshakes and Tarragon. “There are also trendy drinks: banana cappuccino with marshmallows, cow’s milk matcha, vanilla iced coffee,” the bartender said.
Earlier, State Duma deputies criticized the prices in the State Duma canteen and reported that a snack there could cost about 500 rubles, and a full meal – 800 rubles. They reported that in the canteen of the presidential administration or the government, prices are lower.