Russian Cuisine in Baku
"Marie Vanna" is a cozy home restaurant, stylized as an apartment in which they lived, live and will live. Lovely interior items evoke nostalgic feelings in every guest. After all, here on lace napkins there are crystal vases with donuts, gingerbread and vanilla crackers, soup is served in tureens, and salads with additives. In the morning, "Marie Vanna" smells of fresh pastries, for breakfast they serve ruddy cheesecakes and a magnificent omelette. At lunchtime, you can have a good time and try a plate of rich borscht and stewed duck leg with buckwheat. Evenings at Marie Vann are a real treat. Tinctures, which a caring hostess keeps for more than a month in a special cellar, flow like water. There is simply an abundance of all kinds of pickles on the table: here are herring with potatoes, and crispy cucumbers, and olive oil, and aspic, and toasts from Borodino bread with salmon, which languished all night under a pillow of fragrant greens. And somewhere, guests are already served fried potatoes in a sizzling pan, ice fish with rosemary and, of course, the famous cutlets with mashed potatoes and pickles. And for dessert, of course, a delicious Napoleon.