A brand new eatery in the governmental district, right across the street from the upscale wine supermarket / grocery / restaurant/ coffee place / wine school. All the prices here seem more than reasonable. The name is translated as Spoilt Galya (a Slavic feminine name).
The main focus here is home-made dumplings and varenyki – a Ukrainian version of dumplings that are bigger in size and can have any filling you can imagine. For example – Georgian souluguni cheese, liver, meat, potatoes, cabbage, or apple and cranberries, steamed with cherries or a sweet cottage cheese one. But not only these. A lot of popular starters, like salads and mains are on the menu, and you will not be disappointed by the size, serving and taste. It is not a dinner place, but great for lunch on the go in a nice place to look out at the street.
It has shelves filled with home pickled veggies, jams and stuff you will be glad to open and have under a cozy blanket when winter comes.