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We expect much more from the restaurant - it looks very attractive. Unfortunately we cannot say the same about the dishes; most of them were average quality. The only exception was fried red mullet - really delicious.
Cozy and delicious. Cute menu in the shape of a gazette. Food was more expensive than average in Yalta but very reasonable for the quality, very nice plating and tasty food. Beer was solid, we ordered the pilsner and it was crisp and refreshing.
Fabrikant was suggested by our friend as one of the top 3 restaurants in Yalta in terms of quality of beer. Well, he was right: the red one was exceptional.
We did not intend to eat there, but all the snacks and finger food were...alright too.
The view from the terrace overlooking the coastline is truly precious.More
Me and my friend have visited the restaurant a few days ago, when it was cold and rainy outside. First impression was great : warm and cozy place with a very unique atmosphere. Service was good as well, absolutely nothing to complain about - the...waiter was very friendly and attentive. Ah no, one thing: I wasn't offered to get my change back -it was a very very small amount, so I wouldn't take it anyway. But it's a must to offer. Plus I didn't have any intentions to leave any tips after our strange dining experience.
My friend had a tea and blueberry cake, which she said was good.
Now bad things:
I tried some of their beer and I didn't like so much. But it's ok, I'm not an expert and I don't know much about beer, so maybe some people will find it good.
What I know about is cheese. And I was really exited to try their cheese platter. However, my disappointment was endless when I tried it.
I don't believe it was a local cheese - i think it was an old sanctioned cheese, that they keep from times when it wasn't banned on territory of Russia. You know, when you leave a piece of cheese for too long unwrapped in your fridge it becomes hard on the outside. Every piece on that platter was like that. Very very old. I would be embarrassed to give this kind of products to my guests, hoping that they are dumb enough not to notice, that the food is undoubtedly bad.
What kind of food they are serving if they can't put a cheese on a plate and just make sure it's fresh? I don't know and I don't want to know.More