Lamb and local pastries were good, but not worth a special trip.
Service was inattentive and poor overall; menu in English but no english-speaking staff.
The service is very fast, the waitresses are polite and happy to advise about local dishes.
We tried there Horse meat baked under potatoes, echpechmak (local meat pie), pelmeni for fiancé (local soup with dumplings), solyanka, horse meat with mushrooms and some desserts. We firmly recommend it as a place to eat Tatar food. The place could really use the conditioner, especially in the farther hall. The horse stew tasted unique and refreshing, and the chak-chak turned out to be quite a treat.
Accordingly, we should start by talking about what it means to be ecological.