This is not exactly the Russian Tea Rooms, New York, and few A List celebrities visit to dine, drink and discuss Dostoevsky. Instead this place is ... More
This is not exactly the Russian Tea Rooms, New York, and few A List celebrities visit to dine, drink and discuss Dostoevsky. Instead this place is popular with local Chinese people and the Sino-Soviet influence is evident in the large tables and cramped seating plan. Borsht, of course, is on offer, a soup as synonymous with Russia as kimchi is with Korea, though far less pungent. Zakuska, a Russian salad, is also popular, and the shashlik, marinated lamb pronged Kebab-style with eggplant and onions, is worth a shot. A three-course lunch set costs around HK$60 and the cakes look tasty.
The original Queen's Cafe (in Causeway Bay) is, like Taiping and Goldfinch, one of the original "Russian"/Western restaurants serving shashlik and so called "soy-sauce Western". Its other claim to fame was that it served as a location for a famous HK movie.
The food is actually pretty good and the sets come with borscht. You can order shashlik, beef stroganoff, chicken a la king...etc as well as steaks.
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