I've seen these giant spoons each time we've walked on the Nevski Prospect and the restaurant opened this weeks. Turns out it is similar to a Chipotle or Qdoba restaurant except they fill blini with fillings of your choice.
It was tasty and a fun dining experience. The manager spoke some English and she helped us order. Speaking of tasty, JJ couldn't resist snapping a photo of this sign.
Once again, some things are confused in translation. I can actually say tasty in Russian. It is one of the few words in my vocabulary. We came back to the apartment and spent some time on Skype. Then we went back out to find one last gift we forgot on our earlier trip. We picked up some Carl's Jr for supper. I hardly ever eat Carl's Jr at home, but it has become a good fall back plan here. Now we are watching Factor A, a Russian show like American Idol. In fact, JJ looked it up and he said Simon Cowell had something to do with the creation of this show. They are singing in Russian, but at least we can discuss their singing ability and stage presence. Maybe you should check it out on the web. It is pretty funny. Tomorrow we will start our laundry and packing mode. Hoorah!