If you want to try some Russian home cooked food, then get to Uncle Vanya and seat yourself in cozy and comfortable surroundings. The food is simple, ... More
Uncle Vanya Cafe
If you want to try some Russian home cooked food, then get to Uncle Vanya and seat yourself in cozy and comfortable surroundings. The food is simple, good and filling, and is 100% Russian. Favorites here include the salat olivier, pelmeni, shashlik (kebabs) and Russian tea with jam! Everything is inexpensive, including the drinks. The service is warm and friendly, and if you're confused about what to order, they will be happy to help you with good suggestions.
Horrible food, If that is the way Russians eat, I will never go there, dry, tasteless, Salmon whatever was a hard pastry with 1oz fish inside and can mushrooms, prices was like $16 only, the stuff cabage was a little better taste but super dry, also, like $16, but he waitress charge us almost 80 dollars with 2 beers not coffe or desert, I guess the beer were $20 a piece, I travel all over the world, but this is the worst I ever been, what a Joke, I should of know, it was empty. RUN AWAY
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