Visited Firebird Restaurant recently. Never had Russian food before and why not?, we gave it a try. Food is good. Cannot comment much on Russian food since it was our first time, the flavor and the quality were great. Wife had the dumplings and the salmon. The dumplings were small, 3 per order, prepared with a dark watery sauce which had a strong mushroom flavor. The salmon was excellent. Not dry. Well prepared, but again, the portion is way too small for the price($19.00). I ordered sweet potato soup, delicious in my opinion. Creamy, cheesse, and wonderful flavor. We also ordered the seafood tower for two(not in the menu) and it was also good. It brought two small, steamed Maine lobsters(claws and all), about one dozen oysters, half dozen clams, probably 4 small stone crab claws already cracked for you, and a small container with crab salad. A shot og vodka and a glass of Prosecco. For dessert, we ordered chocolate cream Brulee, wich was also good. Not too bad for Russian food starters. Recommend the restaurant, but for a party of two, do not estimate less than $150+
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