Come to this kitschy café for a heartwarming traditional Russian meal. All the classics are here—pelmeni (dumplings), borscht, solyanka (a meat and pickle soup), ukha (fish soup), beef stroganoff—and they are all reasonably priced. The name means "little apartment," and it's made to look exactly like one from the Soviet era, with flags, a cuckoo clock, and movies and music from the former USSR playing in the background. The service is quick, but not as smiley as most Westerners are used to, and only cash is accepted. It's a Soviet apartment, after all.