- The name of this no-holds-barred Russian-style cafe/restaurant translated, means roughly, 'Bliny with your Mother-in-Law', which given the lay-out of the place - an idyllic pastiche/parody of a rustic hut - would suggest the said mother-in-law is a homely Russian stereotype known the world over. The staff are all dressed in peasant smocks, far less lavish than costumes worn in other Russian restaurants and the food is also dealt with in a no-nonsense manner with a young cook heating your bliny (Russian form of pancakes) while you wait. It's these bliny which are the salient feature on the menu here and the customers can't seem to get enough of them.
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