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dined on Sun, 11 Nov 2018

The service was great. Went on a slow night. The cuisine was very tasty.

dined on Sun, 12 Aug 2018

Really enjoyed the shared food banquet and relaxed fun service.

dined on Sat, 24 Nov 2018

Service and food was excellent. Good value for money.

dined on Wed, 31 Oct 2018

Always great food and service

dined on Sat, 13 Oct 2018

Great find, the service and atmosphere were amazing, we’ll certainly be back with others!

dined on Fri, 5 Oct 2018

Pleasant restaurant, friendly staff. Our sardine fillets were a bit dry

dined on Wed, 26 Sep 2018

Nice selection of Russian food and beverages. Good atmosphere and service

dined on Sat, 22 Sep 2018

will return great food and service and music

dined on Sat, 1 Sep 2018

Very authentic Russian food.

dined on Sat, 1 Sep 2018

Superb service, delicious food, highly recommended
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About Nevsky Russian Restaurant

Eat Like a Tsar There’s way more to Russian cuisine than vodka (although vodka is certainly a good place to start). Nevsky Russian Restaurant in Elsternwick gives you a true taste of Russian and Eastern European fare. And don’t worry — you’ll get a touch of the opulence of the Tsars too. Cosy up to the fireplace in this warm and inviting restaurant. It’s an ideal locale for passing chilly winter nights in Melbourne. Sample a selection of classic Russian dishes with a twist, or indulge in a decadent banquet option for two or more people. There’s a function space upstairs too that serves a range of Russian-style dishes made for sharing. In the main dining room, the menu features many dishes that are gluten free, so you’ll be spoiled for choice. Cold entrees include traditional Russian salad, a beetroot salad or salmon cured in vodka. Of course there’s borsch – how could there not be! – or a spicy lamb soup if you’re looking for something to warm you up. As you move down the menu, you’ll be enticed by the range of options — crepes with mushrooms and onions, creamy veal stroganoff, Siberian meat dumplings and more. And then, of course, there is vodka. Best dish: Piroshki (house-made baked pastry filled with cabbage and egg or minced beef)

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