Tablecloths are modest creatures who
don’t like to feel too exposed. Make a shy tablecloth happy by piling it high with food courtesy of today’s Groupon: $69 for fourteen delicious courses
including two glasses of wine with fun live music at Romance Russian
Restaurant, Kingsford ($171 value).
With delectable food and a vibrant atmosphere, Romance Russian Restaurant is an exhilarating place to celebrate life in true Russian style. Groupies wet their whistles with two glasses of wine, before digging
into fourteen delish courses of traditional Russian food. The banquet includes twelve entrees like the sumptuous platter of smoked Tasmanian salmon and salted Russian herring; platter
of home-made traditional meat-loaf and
chicken roll; and Italian-style soft Calamari Romance served with original
dipping sauce. Continue on with a main
course, choosing between the Russian
Submarine, a grilled fish fillet wrapped in slices of zucchini and topped with green sauce on a bed of mashed potato; or classic Beef Stroganoff. Diners finish off with Russian Caravan, before kicking up their heels and dancing long into the night.
Romance Russian Restaurant is a warmly-lit romantic getaway transformed into a jivin’ house of fun by live music every Friday and Saturday night, featuring classic Russian tunes like Kalinka, Those Were the Days and Ochi Chernie (Oh Those Dark Eyes). It was voted Sydney’s Best Russian Restaurant 2011 in the popular Alternative Media Group awards and offers a totally unique dining experience for fun-loving dudes and divas. Groupies join in the fun Russian festivities or simply kick back and talk about their past lives as Cossack dancers. The restaurant is located in Kingsford, and those who feel compelled to rush out and buy a bearskin hat delight in a complimentary bottle of wine on their second visit.
Definitely a lively place to visit. Everything sparkles and shines, you'll enjoy every minute, the delicious Russian food, a unique atmosphere and professional service.
– Cool P., eatability
I suggest a revolution is in order. We should rise up and reclaim dancing from nightclubs and the taut bug-eyed youth who stole it and stick it back where it belongs, in suburban restaurants. We should free vodka from the bondage of sticky mixers and return it, alone, to the dining table. Most of all, once a year, we should gather family and friends and haul them off to places like Romance.
– Nick O’Malley, Sydney Morning Herald