We've recently been to a very interesting restaurant, Oblomov.
Oblomov is a famous Russian character of a novel by Ivan Goncharov. Like most Russian literature, "Oblomov" novel (1859) is very versatile and profound. However, in a nutshell, the protagonist, Oblomov, is a symbol of dwindling and lapsing into idleness Russian nobility.
The three-floored mansion in the city center houses the restaurant. There are 3-4 rooms designed in the 19th century style. Having entered Oblomov, you're immediately find yourself in the atmosphere of the 19th century. They tried so hard to restore the atmosphere that they succeeded. Being there is an unforgettable experience. Which I would not apply to the food.
The place is certainly overpriced. As I see now, the prices on the menu do not include tax, in the end, tax ran up to 30 dollars. Service 10 % has also been included which is not a usual practice in Russia = 20 dollars for the bland, impersonal service of a waitress who couldn't explain coherently what the dishes on the menu were like.
All in all, visiting the Oblomov is a worthwhile experience unless you're strapped for cash. The atmosphere created there is hard to beat. The food you'll order needs a fastidious preliminary discussion with a waiter in order to feel content with your choice. Some dishes represent the Russian cuisine which is rare in Moscow restaurants. The service is a bit impersonal but some may call it "unobtrusive".