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On April 9, the media reported that well-known Russian directors Andrey Konchalovsky and Nikita Mikhalkov want to create a national chain of fast food cafes called "Let's Eat at Home!", which will be able to compete with Western fast food chains in Russia. The authors of the idea asked the state nearly a billion rubles for this project. Konchalovsky's wife Julia Vysotskaya who owns the brand "Let's eat at home!" is to become the face of the chain.
TASS gathered dishes of Russian cuisine, which could form the basis of the menu of Mikhalkov and Konchalovsky cafes.