Ferma (The Farm) is one of my favourite restaurants, one which I never get bored of. It is large, nicely decorated, with the spirit of a noble cottage in the European countryside with a big variety of creative dishes and which are of super high quality. There is also a lot of small things around which make the atmosphere special – relaxing, family-like and close to nature – nicely decorated cows in the hall, pastoral life dishes, sounds of mooing and baa while you are in the toilet.
The service is quick and polite regardless how many guests are there. This is the place where I can hardly recommend a dish as whatever I tried was fantastic. Maybe a must should be a famous Soviet dessert ‘Kartoshka’ (potato) which is made from chocolate cookies. It is served in a small wooden garden trolley with mint, strawberries and cream.
Fridays and Saturdays evening there is sometimes live music to enjoy.