32 Maxwell Road
#01-05 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

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We got the Burpple set menu for two ($78+ - note that there is still service charge although there is no GST) and one of the appetisers on the menu is the assorted dumpling platter. The dumplings are very different from the Chinese dumplings that we are used to having and most distinctively, these Russian dumplings come with a really thick skin. The white dumpling, in our opinion, was the most unique because it was filled with potato and cheese, which is quite different from the meat fillings that we are used to having in our dumplings. The black one is also special, because it is a beef dumpling!

There is sour cream as a dipping sauce along the sides although we thought that it may have been a little too diluted! In our view, the dumplings were better without the dip.

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my first russian food experience was amazing! i loved the dumplings so much, especially the beef and chicken fusion! the cheese puffs were also amazing!

It was my virgin experience trying russian food and I must sayI really enjoy the food. The dumplings are very delicious and so colourful. I really like the beef + chicken fusion dumplings :-) For anyone with sweet tooth, I would definitely recommend their desserts - Napoleon cake and dulce de leche crepes.

When we enquired about what Russian soft drinks were, we were pleasantly surprised with how they gave us three tasters in mini shooter glasses so that we can try them before taking our pick. Went for one which is also known as "Mors" in Russian, a non-carbonated fruit drink. A pleasant sweet drink with frutiness apparent in its flavour. Really worth a try!


Multi-layered Slavic Honey cake, also known as the cake which defies gravity. The layers of the cake are meant to be airy, while being held together by lathering honey-cream frosting and then covered in a honey-flavoured crumbs. I like how although there was one consistent flavour in this cake - honey, there were different textures to it. The thin spongy layers gave a good bite to it, while the soft crumble gave that bit of a crunch. Very glad to have tried this!


Traditional Russian homemade fruit punch. I believe that the restaurant imports this from Russia. This drink is not sweet but more on the sour side. I actually quite liked it because it was quite light to taste as well. Pretty unique in its own right because it is not your usual fruit punch that you can get in Singapore's supermarkets or at your catered buffet.