- Jul 28, 2003
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i've seen a few russian restaurants around town which have aroused my curiosity. does anyone here know russian food well and do you have any dishes that you recommend highly?
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I've been to Russia itself, and all I can say about Russian food is that it generally sucks. The only good restaurants I went to in Russia had central asian food.
Russian caviar? Kabobs? Pierogies? Blintzes?
I would avoid Russian restaurants in US as they are usually a throw back to Soviet era feeding stations for lumpen-proletariat (nostalgic babushka places).
cuisine = local food associated with a particular culture. thus: russian cuisine is perfectly phrased and in tune with many generations of cooking and eating
Which place did you have in mind? I went to Diagelev years ago, it was wonderful and tacky but more of upscale Russian/French fusion. They closed down a while ago. The only other Russian place I've seen is a shady looking spot on Fairfax.