Russian House

307 E. Fifth, 512/428-5442

photo by John Anderson

Make your way through the beat of a Russian nightclub in the front, to find yourself in a quaint dining room in back. Contemporary Russian cuisine encompasses French, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean influences, which can be found here in the form of Maniti (meat dumplings) and golubtsy (stuffed cabbage). The Ukranian borsch is not to be missed.
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Chronicle Reviews

Russian House

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