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jorgejuansanchez Says: This is a wonderful Russian restaurant. It is situated behind the Main Post Office, in the central street Lenin. They serve blinis with red caviar, pelmenie, delicious milk shakes and gribi or Far East mushrooms with smetana. It is very popular with students and the quality...
This is a great spot for observing after work schmoozing where the locals (mainly long tall blondes) let down their hair and mix it with the expats (mainly short, bald men). And by "a great spot" - once you get past the atrocious service, awful food etc - it's hilariously good fun.
The most outstanding feature of Level 8 is the service. If you are hoping to get a drink within an hour of arriving go straight to the bar and ignore the waitresses - rest assured, they'll be doing their absolute best to ignore you. If, contrary to all expectation, you are offered table service, think twice before accepting, and take the following precautions. Write out your own order (in Russian) and you might stand some chance of it being filled correctly.
If you're venturing to eat at Level 8, one must pay the 'waitress' upon ordering rather than when it's delivered, or upon departure. The reason for this becomes patently clear when, after an waiting an hour and a half you'll be presented with the least palatable food you've ever encountered. It's the only place I've ever been served french fries that were just plain inedible - who would have thought such a thing existed???? It does help though, to be really drunk.
Dress Code: The dress code is oodles of sequins and applique for the girls, and ugly sweaters with complicated patterns for the men. Muddy hems are optional, and anyone exhibiting quiet good taste in their attire will be looked at askance, if not denied admission outright.
Written Jul 6, 2009
Address: Pacific Plaza Hotel
Museum about Japanese history in Sakhalin?fs where you can find a lot of daily use staffs written in Japanese. For example, the elementary graduate certificate. All the things display in the Museum may tells you the close relation between Japanese History and Sakhalin?fs.
Written Sep 18, 2002