Russian cousine at its finest. Cosy little place in busy knightsbridge with great choice of russian food. Will definitely come back! Spasibo!
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On classy Beauchamp Place, restaurant offers authentic Russian cuisine in an unobtrusive space. Not open Monday or Tuesday. Opening seems to be sixish. Food is outstanding, fresh high quality ingredients. Opens quietly, but starts rolling with Russian clientele after 8pm.
I first visited this restaurant in 1975 and have returned regularly throughout the years. I was last here five or six years ago, and the meal was average; but I returned recently out of loyalty, hoping that I had hit an "off night" back then....More
We were looking for an authentic russian restaurant in London and this is it! Reasonably priced although not inexpensive and fairly varied menu with all the typical appetizers, soups (borsch of course), russian salads (herring under fur coat), bliny, and mains (golubtsy). We will go...More
I visited this restaurant with several friends to introduce them to Russian food (being a Russian myself) which unfortunately instead turned out to be an introduction to a new level of disappointment. First of all, the food portions were very small. The main meals can...More
Went there on Wednesday and Friday night. My wife is Polish so she is well aware of Slavic culture. I am surprised by what people are complaining about. I must say, the service was exceptionally well. Olga and Bogdan treated us very well. 1. Drinks....More
Brilliant restaurant, great fun and delicious Russian food. Prices ok for Central London and portions are HUGE! I have no idea why some reviews said it was small because when the starters came they were like main courses. I lived in Russia for 5 years...More
Went to this restaurant with my family for a dinner, nice atmosphere but the menu was not that great and sooo overpriced! I know its in London, but come on!! The bill includes 10% staff gratitude but the service was not worth that much of...More
I went out with four of my friends - four Russians and one Polish. All started with a really small table for five people to sit. The menu did not have a big choice of dishes and same was for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, which...More