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4 Restaurants in Melbourne: Russian

Have a top-quality meal at Russian restaurants in Melbourne

As the capital of Victoria and the state's largest city, there's lots to do in Melbourne. And the food scene in this metropolis is thriving as well: dishes from all across the world regularly get served up here, so you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to finding somewhere for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Melbourne's Russian restaurants in particular are the perfect places to go if you want to try something new and a little bit unusual: with meals ranging from heavy dumpling-based dishes to breakfast specials like eggs with strained yoghurt, there's something for everyone. And with Quandoo, it's super simple to get the information you need and book online in just a few seconds!

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St Petersburg Restaurant

St Petersburg Restaurant

Nevsky Russian Restaurant

Nevsky Russian Restaurant
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Umbrella Lounge Bar

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    Try something different at Russian restaurants in Melbourne

    The cuisine of Russia is one of the most little-known to the wider world’s diners, which makes it ideal for those who want to try something a little bit different. Known for everything from filling foodstuffs like potato dumplings to vegetables like cabbage and red meat-heavy dishes such as beef stroganoff, the cuisine of Russia is interesting and diverse. This means that the Russian restaurants on Melbourne's streets are ideal places to try something new and a little bit out of the ordinary. If you and your dining companions want an off-the-wall dish you've not tried before, go down to the Nevsky Russian Restaurant on Glenhuntly Road for a real choice of unique meals. The zharenye mozgi (lightly fried lamb brains) is one of the most unusual dishes on the menu here, while less obscure but still authentic alternative options include the baranina na kostochke (oven-roasted rack of lamb with a red wine sauce) and svinina (pork loin with red cabbage, apples and sultanas). No matter how adventurous you might be feeling, there's something for you at Melbourne’s Russian restaurants.
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    Enjoy all-day dining at Melbourne's Russian restaurants

    Melbourne's Russian restaurants aren't just open in the evenings: all day long, these gems in the city's culinary scene are serving up gorgeous meals from breakfast early in the morning to late-night dinner snacks. Australians love to go out for breakfasts and brunches, and Melbourne's Russian restaurants have definitely made the most of this trend. For a breakfast with a twist, head down to the Umbrella Lounge Bar on Glen Huntly Road for a real protein boost to start the day. You can enjoy free range eggs cooked how you like them, served with the labneh yoghurt popular in Russia and further afield across the Middle East. And if you're looking for somewhere for lunch, this place also serves up Georgian specialities which change from week to week, as well as steak, schnitzel and more.
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    Leave room for dessert at Melbourne's Russian restaurants

    If you don't know much about the cuisine of Russia, don't worry: as one of the most unusual global culinary cultures, there's a lot still to discover. But one thing you should know about the food of the world's largest country is that it serves up a wide variety of delicious desserts, and Melbourne's Russian restaurants are wise to this culinary trend. St Petersburg Restaurant on Glen Eira Road is known among Melbourne's Russian restaurants as a home for top-notch desserts, including the