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Putin bar opened in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk

A very interesting bar was opened in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk. The bar is called Putin, and if you go there, you will be able to eat meat dish like the “Vertical of Power” and drink the “Kremlin” soft drink. The opening of the bar was timed to Vladimir Putin’s coming visit to the city.

The personnel of the new bar says that the idea to attract visitors like that does not actually come from Russia. “There is a “Putin” bar in Israel too, you can find such bars in Turkey and in Czech republic. They all have high quality service and very nice dishes. That is why we decided to get into the experience of our foreign colleagues, taking into consideration the fact that everyone loves the president in our city,” – Anna Bogucharskaya, a waitress of the Putin bar said. The range of dishes is not really wide so far, but there are two kinds of the traditional Russian soft drink that is called kvas there – the “Presidential Kvas” (with honey) and the “Kremlin Kvas” (with horse-radish). Both of them cost 30 rubles per liter, or about one American dollar. The pride of the bar is the “Vertical of Power” meat dish that is actually called shashlik (several pieces of meat are put on an iron stick and fried on fire). The new Chelyabinsk bar is only one week old, but visitors are actively sharing their cooking ideas. Some people offer to add “Kasyanov” rabbit dish to the menu, others offer “Impeachment” borsch (red-beet soup), or pizzas that would bear the names of the Duma factions. More new dishes are coming in the new bar of Chelyabinsk, and the president will definitely like them: roast goose “Gusinsky,” “Boris Berezovsky” chops. As Regions.ru informed, there was “President” ice cream produced in the city of Nizhny Tagyl and “Putin” cake in Chelyabinsk.Korrespondent.Net


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