“great atmosphere and good food.”
“The fish dishes were great, the salad very good.”
“Outstanding food at a fair price.”
overpriced restaurant with rude service. Food is good, but portions are very small. Double check your bill as they somethimes add more then you ordered.
A Russian Delight. Outstanding food at a fair price. Definitely worth a trip. The fish dishes were great, the salad very good. Our potato dumplings were also a treat. The best of the bunch had to be the beef stroganoff though. The flavor of the sauce was just fantastic. Highly recommended for dinner.
Chip off the Eastern bloc serves quietly elegant dishes fit for a czar..
Welcome to Brookline's Little Russia, where emigres and the local-born gather for gracious Eastern European dining at below-market prices. Moscow jazz sampled to a bouncy synth beat (Louis Armstrong meets Oleta Adams) sets a breezy tone for this pretty room with yellow walls and a brick-red, embossed tin ceiling.
The menu draws on the flavors of the old Russian empire. Tasty vareniki (delicate dumplings filled with mashed potatoes) hail from Ukraine, while the salty, lightly tangy duck salad is a Muscovite tradition. The rich beef Stroganoff is fitting cold-weather comfort food--thin slices of tenderloin, mushrooms and onion tossed with sour cream. Lagman, an Uzbecki dish, spotlights the spice of central Asia with delicate lamb chops, chewy noodles, and a vegetable consommé redolent of cilantro. The apple strudel is a pastry-wrapped baked apple stuffed with dried fruits--big enough in size and flavor for two.
a must try for all. great atmosphere and good food. Russian food never tasted that good before. A must for all
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