Are you craving something different today? Maybe something like “blini” or “pelmeni”? Then keep reading this article to learn about the best Russian restaurants in London! Guess who will start…
Are you craving something different today? Maybe something like “blini” or “pelmeni”?
Then keep reading this article to learn about the best Russian restaurants in London!
Guess who will start our list? Of course, the one and only famous Mari Vanna.
Mari Vanna is one of the most popular creation of Ginza Project.
Ginza Project is an international restaurant group, owning and managing more than a hundred restaurants in St. Petersburg, Moscow, New York and London. It opens around 10 new places every year and actively exploits new markets and directions.
If you want to enjoy high-quality food, authentic russian atmosphere and enjoy the classics of the cuisine, this is the place for you. This russian restaurant offers time honoured Russian classics such as the flavoursome customary soup Borsch with Beets, Broth, Beef, Cabbage, Carrots and Potatoes served with Sour Cream in a beautiful tureen that holds enough for seconds or thirds; try the dish that can be found on any dining table across Russia on any given holiday, the Olivier Salad with Diced Carrots, Green Peas, Pickles, and Cubed Bologna with a Light Sage Mayonnaise or the beloved Beef Stroganoff served with Buckwheat and Mushrooms in Truffle Oil.
The Wellington Court
We think that after this description you have already made your choice, however wait, there are 2 more gems to come!
Next one in our russian restaurants list is creative “Borshtch N Tears”.
Are you more on the brutal side? This russian restaurant is made for you then! Here you can enjoy real russian food cooked with a creative twist, like a summer special “Rasputin Beef”, try home-made “nastoyka” while chilling in a secret garden of the restaurant. Try not to be influenced by the name and cry while eating your borsch, and drinking pepper vodka!
Last but not the least – Zima Restaurant.
Literally meaning “Winter” Zima won’t make you feel cold at all. Most probably you will get the opposite effect from the home made vodka and freshly cooked traditional dishes.
We highly recommend to try pickles made at the restaurant or “okroshka” – russian summer soup. To be honest you can try anything you want, it will all taste great.
Bet you are very hungry already. What are you waiting for? Visit one or all of these russian restaurants and don’t forget to thank us 🙂