32 Maxwell Road
#01-05 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

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Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Went there on a rainy Thursday night, had the following dishes:

Dumpling platter - Was a very interesting selection of pork, beef, potato, chicken etc. Great choice for those coming for the first time! Sour cream was light and goes well with the saltier dumplings in general.

Borscht soup - Perfect for the rainy weather! Really liked this one. (:

Zharkoe - This stew will be a must order for me the next time I'm back. Really hearty dish that got me surprisingly full, and the accompanying bread was great to dip.

Medovik - Personally not a sweet tooth person so this was personally a bit too sweet for my liking but I'm sure its great for those who really like sweet desserts. Felt that the cake could be spongier in texture.

Kompot - Russian fruit punch was not too sweet, but felt it was a bit watery (maybe because it might have been diluted by ice previously). Still good though!

Overall: 4/5 stars for me - something out of the typical Singaporean foodfare for the adventurous foodie, I suppose.

Thanks so much dumplings.ru, keep up the great stuff! (:

The mixed platter of dumplings provided a bunch of different flavours at a reasonable price. The soup was really good, and the chebureki is a must order.

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The food was really delicious and came in large portions. I ordered the dumpling sample platter, okroshka and medovik. The dumpling skin was really smooth and chewy, and the fillings were very unique too.

The okroshka, which is a cold summer soup, was refreshing. It had cucumbers which provided a crunchy texture, and there were potatoes and egg inside as well. It's definitely one of the most interesting soups I've ever had, and it was really yummy too. I also tried some of the borscht which my friend ordered and that was nice too, very hearty and flavourful.

Lastly, the medovik which is a honey cake was very dense, so I do recommend sharing it with someone else! The cake was very sweet and filling and made for good dessert.

I really enjoyed myself here and am looking forward to trying the other dishes they have to offer. Would definitely recommend if you're looking for some unique and delicious Russian cuisine!

The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere with a lovely Russian decor. I ordered the Combo Platter ($19.90), which featured an assortment of 12 dumplings, Borscht ($9.90), which is a hearty portion of beef and beetroot soup, and Medovik ($8.90), Slavic layered honey cake.

The dumplings featured beef, chicken, pork and lamb, and various combinations of the meats. There were also 3 vegetarian dumplings, and the platter was served with sour cream. The skins of the dumplings were thick and smooth, and the variety of fillings made the platter an interesting treat of flavours. 12 dumplings seemed like a small portion, but do not underestimate them; they are pretty filling!

The Borscht was surprisingly light despite the hefty portion of cream on top, and the light beetroot served as a nice counterbalance to the chunks of beef. The soup was delightfully sweet and sour, and it is a very good entry into Russian/Ukranian cuisine.

A slice of Medovik was extremely filling, as the cake was decadent and sweet, dense and packed with flavour. I would recommend sharing a slice of this popular Russian dessert, as it might be too much for one to handle after a filling meal.

Overall, it was an enjoyable experience to finally get to try Russian cuisine. I would definitely return to try out other dishes!

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Eat which store: Dumplings-RU
Eat where: 32 Maxwell Rd, #01-05 Maxwell Chambers, Singapore 069115, Tanjong Pagar
Eat nice not: 4/5
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🫑 Stuffed bell pepper ($15.95): What I’d consider to be the star of the show. Pocketed within, meats are deeply infused with the flavours of the pepper while retaining the quintessential melt-in-your-mouth texture from the flavourful fats. Immediately transports you to a home in Russia with it’s the warmth of a home-cooked food.

🐟 Seledka (Salted Herring) ($14.90): Don’t be too taken aback from your first salty bite! This tender, cold and fatty palate is indeed an eye-opener to the cuisine. Paired perfectly with the carbohydrates, it neutralises the savouriness while providing ample warmth and sweetness to complement the herring.

🍗 Kotlety ($17.49): The mashed potato was served with an acidic tang which surprisingly works. Chicken patty although one-dimensional, had a bouncy texture alike a sausage frank. Salad has an acquired acidity which was crunchy and unlike any others.

🥟 Combo platter (12pcs) ($21.89): Our exotic entrée (main actually,) which is mainly made up of mashed potatoes and minced savoury meats, though they all taste pretty similar to me. 😅The skin is considerably more chewy compared to the conventional dumplings we’re used to! The dip has an uniquely acquired-tasting alcoholic end. 😳
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Dumplings-RU intricately balances flavours on two end of the spectrum to produce exotic combinations which will undoubtedly surprise your SE-Asian tastebuds. 🙌
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Tips: Make a reservation before coming down!!
*all prices stated includes 10% service charge.
IG:@eat_simi

Really cool decor with delicious food! Ordered the combo platter which came with 12 pieces of dumplings with different fillings, salmon and cheese crepe, the cheese chebureki (a pan-fried puff) and a slavic honey cake. Everything was nicely seasoned and tasty - highly recommend if you're new to Russian food!

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