The world’s largest country houses a wealth of charms, none of which are easily accessible for spontaneous babushka collecting parties down under. Enjoy Russia with love using today’s Groupon for Romance Russian Restaurant:
- $69 for a 14-course degustation for two with glass of wine each ($171 value)
- $129 for a 14-course degustation for four with glass of wine each ($317 value)
- $189 for a 14-course degustation for six with glass of wine each ($463 value)
Lovingly crafted cuisine, atmospheric interiors and lively vibes render Kingsford’s Romance Russian Restaurant an unforgettable Eurasian experience. Wet whistles with a glass of wine each to offset a 14-course degustation for two, four or six people.
Foodies savour ten cold entrées showcasing time-honoured morsels such as flavoursome eggplant rolls housing a tomato nucleus each, platter of smoked Tassie salmon, salted Russian herring and more. A duo of warm starters feature bliny crepes with mushrooms and de-boned quarter chicken served with boiled potato, paving the way for a marvellous main. Grilled, zucchini-wrapped fish fillet bears tongue-in-cheek garnish in the form of its Russian Submarine moniker, while straight shooters snap up the delightfully saucy Beef Stroganoff. Honey cake dessert rounds out the finale, complemented by Russian Caravan Tea.
With beguilingly hearty eats and vibrant atmosphere, Romance Russian Restaurant is an exhilarating place to celebrate life in true Slavic style. Voted Best Russian Restaurant by Alternative Media Group of Australia, authentic live music creates the perfect foil to dancing knives and forks. Groupies get their groove on until midnight on Fridays and 1am on Saturdays, enjoying a bottle of wine with their next booking.
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