Eat Russian street food

Let's borscht

Where: Zima Bar

We're so not over street food yet, because it turns out there's still heaps more to explore from all over the globe. For instance, did you know that Russia also have plenty of hawker food stalls selling Eastern European delights? At Zima Bar you'll find small plates of the classic borscht, caviar with crab claws, and slow-cooked lamb tongue. It's in the basement of French restaurant Jean Jacques, and it's decked out to look like a speakeasy-meets Russian vodka bar.




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