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I went to this restaurant largely because of the good reviews I saw. The menu looked extremely interesting and we had to turn away the waitress twice before we were ready to order because it was such a difficult decision. The food was excellent, the restaurant spacious and noise levels low, so even though there was music on, conversation wasn't difficult (a major plus point there!!). Finished the meal with superb coffee with vodka, honey, chocolate, coconut and cream! The staff were friendly, attentive and patient, making for a very relaxed experience. I wholeheartedly recommend this restaurant and I plan to go back soon.
Excellent food and service great little find. Really loved the ambience and the quality of food was superb. Would definitely recommend this to anyone. It's off the beaten track which is nice as well
Easy to book on line, great staff, great food and lovely atmosphere. We met with cousins from Canada that we hadn't met before and had a superb evening
Lovely food, wonderful staff, reasonably priced cocktails and do not miss the hazelnut vodka.
Superb Food !!!! Love the mood And beer 😊 Everything Freda, tasty And amazing. I will go back again For 100 % brilliant place to go!
Good set menu for Itison deal with added bonus of Kozel Beer on draft!
Went for mothers day with my toddler, husband and our mothers, couldn't have been better! Reasonably priced set menu, delicious food, helpful and friendly staff, high chair available and noone grumbling because the little one wanted to wander round. What a refreshing place to be. We will most definitely be returning! The blintzs were delicious, salads authentic & yummy. Meat was perfectly cooked, desserts simple but to die for. Nice strong coffee and a kids menu my son actually wanted to eat!
Lovely food (I especially enjoyed the duck!), with good, friendly service. The place has clearly had a major upgrade since I was last there some years ago, as it's a lot larger and very airy. Definitely adding it to my list of places to go more often.
Bought this as a Groupon deal - starter, main with a shot of vodka. Although hubby and I enjoyed the meal, I can't help shake the feeling that it was more about the novelty of the experience of us getting out. The staff were all pleasant and unobtrusive. There was very little waiting time for our food. The food itself wasn't amazing but something a little different. We both enjoyed the borscht soup starter, which came with rye bread and sour cream. It was quite salty (and I like salty), so any larger portion than what we were served might have been too much for my throat. It was delicious. Hubby ordered the fried ravioli, which had little beef / pork pillows inside. It was a good size serving, drenched in a creamy, cheesy sauce. Definitely stodgy comfort food. I ordered the lamb kebabs, which were moist, delicious and beautifully seasoned. the roast potatoes and salad that accompanied it were bland and underwhelming and not what I would expect a restaurant to serve but they were alright. The ambience is warm and peaceful but it felt a bit cheapened and "pub-like" because of the two giant screens playing a Russian comedy film with the sound off. It would have been a nicer use of this tech to have the sound up a little and playing traditional music or footage of the region. The décor is interesting but they could do with a little more of it spread around the room. I loved the matryoshkas in the window, but once you're seated, you can't see them. Perhaps they could be dotted around the place? My main gripe niggled me throughout the meal and ever since. Basically, the small print on the voucher says "menu is seasonal and subject to change". Fair enough, you think, expecting that to refer to available produce. Nope. it's probably the get-out clause for the A4 sized restricted menu for voucher users. We didn't expect that. While the choice of starters was good, the mains were very limited. I suppose we enjoyed the food, but we wouldn't have minded paying a surcharge for a fuller range. We saw people having lovely skewers of meat taken to their table and we wished we had the choice. Also the drinks menu boasts an impressive range of flavoured vodkas, all the same reasonable price. However, us voucher peasants were only allowed a choice of cranberry (or maybe it was nail polish remover) and plain vodka. That was disappointing as I drooled over the idea of salted caramel vodka and pear vodka. Being on a strict budget, we only ordered a couple of soft drinks in addition to our "allowance" to allow us to leave a fair sized tip. All-in-all, we paid £19 and got £19 worth. No way was it a £37 "deal" as we thought from Groupon. We enjoyed it but not sure we subscribe to the hype about the place. I can't help feeling that's simply a novelty value. By all means, go along (without a voucher), especially if they have live music as their websites state they have from time to time. I expect that makes it an even better dining experience.
Good service and very nice vodka shots would recommend hazelnut. Good portion size and particularly enjoyed the pancakes with salmon from the starer menu ... God value!