32 Maxwell Road
#01-05 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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The dumplings are so nice and chewy! The winner is the homemade cheese type for sure. Would have loved a bit more of the sour cream though!! The fried cheese pastry was ok but it was more pastry than cheese as it all melted and stuck to the sides so the inside was quite empty. Overall the restaurant doesn't seem SUPER authentic but it's a great attempt for people who want to try something very different.

Convenient location and friendly staff. Tried a wide offering of dumplings and salads, but the most satisfying was Zharkoe which is a pork, potato and vegetable stew; very home-cooked feel. Overall a great and unique experience!

Everyone posts about the dumplings but no one posts about this BEAST of a crepe cake and that is injustice. Thick layers of semi-solid condensed milk are dressed in a honeyed brown sugar streusel that tastes oddly similar to Biscoff, and the result is a decadent Russian classic that you absolutely must complete your meal with.


If you are having russian food for the first time, feel free to approach the friendly staff. They will be glad to assist you with your choices.

I really like the cheese chebureki and medovik!

First time having Russian dumplings. So many flavours and they tasted great, especially the minty lamb dumpling.
The Russian staff was extremely friendly and explained to us the different types of dumplings and their contents.
The deco pairing with the background Russian rap music gives it a really hip atmosphere.

We ordered 2 sampling platters and shared the pork stew, which was hearty. The dumplings came with homemade sour cream and out of all the unique flavors, we loved the minty ram the most. Interestingly, the dumpling skin is thicker and more colorful than the local varieties in Singapore. We felt that the portion could have been bigger for the price.

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