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Dacha Fest at the Polyana Restaurant

Sooner or later all city-dwellers, worn out from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, begin to fantasise about the same thing: What it would be like to trade in the city for a more natural environment where they can breathe in the fresh, clean air and relax. When they feel overwhelmed, people simply want to close their eyes, momentarily transporting themselves to a cosy cottage outside of the city. Luckily for some, this dream can come true without even closing their eyes; Polyana Restorant helps diners forget about city life and to feel as if they were visiting a “dacha,” or country house. Simplicity and effortlessness are two things unique to life outside the city when it comes to both conversation and food. The chef at Polyana showed RTG TV host Maria Mumicheva how to use ordinary ingredients to prepare extraordinary dishes.

Yöneten Sergey Protasov

Önemli Mariya Mumicheva

Yıl 2012

Zaman 00:35:13

Yöneten Sergey Protasov

Önemli Mariya Mumicheva

Sooner or later all city-dwellers, worn out from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, begin to fantasise about the same thing: What it would be like to trade in the city for a more natural environment where they can breathe in the fresh, clean air and relax. When they feel overwhelmed, people simply want to close their eyes, momentarily transporting themselves to a cosy cottage outside of the city. Luckily for some, this dream can come true without even closing their eyes; Polyana Restorant helps diners forget about city life and to feel as if they were visiting a “dacha,” or country house. Simplicity and effortlessness are two things unique to life outside the city when it comes to both conversation and food. The chef at Polyana showed RTG TV host Maria Mumicheva how to use ordinary ingredients to prepare extraordinary dishes.

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