The restaurant is almost right on the lake and looks very new and trendy on the inside. The door is on the right hand side as you approach from the lake and is quite unobtrusive bit when you enter the décor is welcoming and the place was nearly full when we arrived with a mix of families and young adults. It was midweek so I would imagine on the weekend it would be a good idea to book. They have an English menu if you ask and the menu is massive. There was a mix of Ukrainian dishes and some also from Georgia and even the North Africa (I had an Algerian dish called Mbatan; sort of a soft meatball in slightly spicy tomato sauce) and of course there is Salo! Average price for Ukraine and service was quite quick. Overall good.