Having visited Russia earlier this year, we were tempted into Klafira by the prospect of reacquainting ourselves with solianka soup, various beetroot options and berry-based desserts. The food fully lived up to our hopes although the massive generosity of the portions meant that we were unable to last the pace until the dessert course. Certainly anyone without a big appetite should consider foregoing either the starter or main course if they wish to exit the restaurant comfortably!
Drinks were reasonably priced, we started with Ukrainian "champagne" and found it to be a tasty and cost-effective alternative to the French version and less expensive than many of the wines on offer (sadly, we were also tempted to quaff a bottle of Chilean red to accompany our beef shashlik!).
Finally, a couple of guides suggested that this restaurant was expensive but we found no evidence of this and spent no more than on previous nights at Olde Hansa and Kuldse Notsu Korts while the ambience of Klafira was superior in our view.
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