For the best Russian Doukabour Cuisine this is the PLACE. *****Also serving Nalesniki, Pyrahi, Voreniki and Borscht. You will be amazed.
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We decided to have a quick lunch here when we were told we had to try the borscht by several people in Kimberly. We arrived shortly after the lunch rush and it became apparent that our server was significantly inexperienced. She frequently made mistakes with...More
This place was a very busy little place but we still got excellent service! The menu for Doukhobor food was a bit pricey and I did wish they would offer a combo plate of all the varieties! BUT that being said, what we got was...More
My husband used to go to the old restaurant and raved about the borscht and food. It was okay but not fabulous. I was disappointed that the borscht came with the sour cream mixed in. I'm used to my Grandmothers Russian borscht. The bread was...More
Grand Forks is in an area settled in the early 20th century by Russian Doukhobors - a religious group which teaches pacifism and vegetarianism (among other things). When I am in the area I try to sample their delicious food - including borscht, which this...More
We ate here several times during our stay and each time the food was fresh and delicious. The service was a little slow but only due to the food being made fresh and the value was fantastic.
A very nice restaurant. All the food is delicious and home-made. I ordered the different Russian style foods which were all excellent. They also have Mexican foods as an alternative.
Just had borscht and a Vareniky for lunch. I'm from Polish / Ukrainian /moldovan background. The Borscht is a good soup, but not like my grandmother made! There's no beets! It's mostly a cabbage soup with cream. Weird. You can't taste beets at all.and what...More