Yekaterinburg restaurants offer up seafood amid produce shortage
Port Stanley--a Serbian restaurant which opened in 2004--is one of the only dining establishments in Yekaterinburg that offers oysters. For as long as it has been open, Port Stanley has sold oysters at prices ranging from $2-$9, Ura.ru reports.
New on Port Stanley's menu is a seafood risotto with portions of mussels, cuttlefish, octopus and shrimp as well as a fresh sea bass dish. Port Stanley also focuses on the quality of produce, despite the shortage.
Meanwhile, six-month-old Le Mans boasts a menu which is primarily seafood, with a few bar food type side dishes. They are now offering a crab salad dish, a salmon with toasted rye bread and a pasta with seafood, according to Ura.ru.
Le Mans' pasta with seafood dish features mussels, soft cheese, a cream sauce, squid, octopus, cuttlefish and krupnovato. The seafood pasta dish is cooked in white wine. Similar to Port Stanley, Le Mans is offering a Chilean sea bass dish. Le Mans' bass is served with creamy spinach sauce.
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