We went last weekend - a first time experience for all of us both eating at this place as well as eating Russian food.
It is a most unique dining experience for Austin and was a nice change of pace. The decor was fun, they had a great band playing in the lounge in front yet the dining room was not too loud to talk to each other.
The food, while good wasn't exactly top shelf. The smoked fish starter was good but a bit smallish for the price. We had chicken lamb and dumpling entree's and all but the chicken left the diners thinking the portions were small. Not the end of the world but not exactly normal portion size for the market nor what one expects from "comfort" food.
All and all they are doing well for being new. My advice would be to pare down the menu some in order to focus on fewer dishes and execute them to a higher standard.
The service was very good - the cute and charming female wait staff wearing what I assume are traditional outfits in Russia or Ukraine.
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