Time Out says
You’ll get a “Zdravstvujte” before a “Hello” at this serene Russian waterfront spot, a ten-minute boardwalk stroll from bustling Coney Island. The casual, beach-friendly sibling to nearby Tatiana Restaurant has pages upon pages of Eastern European staples, like cold green borscht and puffy pelmeni dumplings. For a refreshing choice after a day at the beach, opt for the beet salad—al dente cubes of root vegetable with ruffles of arugula, crunchy walnut halves and creamy goat cheese in a light vinaigrette. Sporting ship wheels and novelty anchors, the restaurant unsurprisingly features plenty of seafood—delicate slips of rosy, raw salmon, simply topped with a handful of salty kalamata olives, are a highlight.
3145 Brighton 4th St
|Cross street:||between Brightwater Ct and E Boardwalk|
|Transport:||Subway: B, Q to Brighton Beach|
|Price:||Average entrée: $23. AmEx, D, Disc, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-midnight|
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