I tried borsch, which was great. Service is also very good. Other soups were also very nice. Cozy place
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Food was fine. However, when i ordered pork, the waitress misheard and thought I ordered chicken. When telling her that the order was wrong, she wasn't apologetic and was insistent that she was right. She should've repeated the order to us to confirm the orders.
Discovered this place while walking through Gamla Stan, and I was really surprised to see Russian place here. The place has unique mood and a very welcoming atmosphere, and food is really good. Signature Russian and Ukrainian dishes, Swedish ones also. Cooked just fine, serving...More
This cafe was recommended by my friends, they praised the cuisine and general atmosphere of the place. I liked this cafe, there are delicious dishes, tasty lunches and favorable prices) I will come here again of course😊😊😊
The atmosphere is nice. The was basic Russian, wich i like. The service extremely slow but in english.
I was pleasantly surprised by this place. The space itself is cozy and well decorated, and the food was very good. My husband's homemade dumplings were incredible, as was the mushroom soup. Plus, the service was much friendlier than anything else we encountered in Stockholm....More
We were having a hard time finding a place our very picky 8 year old would eat. We looked at the menu and saw a number of things she might like as well as a lot of items that looked good to the rest of...More
Delicious salmon and snitchzel, inside a cozy cavern with a warm welcome! Was looking for a meal with my parents and found this nice surprise! Do recommend!
Just down the hill from the St George and the Dragon Statue and to the left, you will find this cozy little Cafe. Featuring Russian and Eastern European fair, I had a nice Schnitzel and my wife enjoyed the Borscht along with her dinner. Friendly...More