If you’ve ever been curious about Russian cuisine, then Zima Russian Restaurant in Soho is the perfect place to savour a culinary exploration. Sourcing inspiration from different regions throughout Russia, Zima’s menu offers authentic recipes with a modern twist. This gives London locals a tasty introduction to dishes like caviar with traditional pancakes, cured seafood, pirozhki baked buns, pelmeni dumplings and slow-cooked meat mains. Their smart dining room, meanwhile, is a pleasurable place to eat amongst an inviting atmosphere. Tables are dressed in white tablecloths alongside leather chairs and the room is tastefully brought to life with colourful decor. Located on Frith Street, Zima also house their own picklery, infusing their own vodkas and pickling seasonal vegetables and fruit to use in dishes. Zima Russian Restaurant is a gem in Soho. Book a table today and find out for yourself!
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An excellent start with tasty starters, vodka shots and friendly waitress. We then felt we’d been forgotten - bread wasn’t brought and a long wait between courses. We thought a large party downstairs was the cause. We eventually received the second course - tasty again although the dumplings seemed more like fish balls in pasta than dumplings. The manager was happy to remove the service charge, which had been automatically added. I would be happy to give it a second go, but service should be consistent.
Great place with nice atmosphere and really delicious food. Was not expecting much when going there this evening but oh boy it delivered! Very good!
Food was great! The atmosphere is wonderful, had a really good time!