Enjoy a folksy decor and live music in a Russian-themed restaurant during a two-course meal featuring borscht and blintzes served with vodka
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Choose Between Two Options
- £23 for a two-course Russian meal with a shot of vodka each for two (up to 42% off)
- £46 for a two-course Russian meal with a shot of vodka each for four (up to 42% off)
- Borscht – Traditional country soup with cabbage, beetroot, tomato and garlic. Served with rye bread and sour cream.*
- Solyanka – Traditional Russian soup with unusual sour-salty-spicy taste.
- Meat Platter – Selection of Russian meats served with homemade salads.
- Olivier–Traditional Russian salad of diced boiled potatoes, carrots, pickled cucumbers, green peas and eggs, dressed with mayonnaise.*
- Chicken Wings – Deep-fried chicken wings served with sweet chilli sauce. Vegetable Caviar dish –served with pancakes*
- Russian Crepes with Chicken – Wheat pancakes stuffed with creamy filling of chicken fillets and chestnut mushrooms.
- Chicken Schnitzel – pan fried breaded chicken fillet cutlet served with rice and topped with chef’s special tomato and herb sauce.
- Lulya-Kebab – Georgian style lamb mince kebabs, seasoned in herbs and skewered. Served with roast potatoes, fresh salad and special tomato & herb sauce.
- Uzbek Lamb Plov – Lamb and rice casserole from Uzbekistan, made with carrots, onions, herbs and traditional spices. Served with special” Cossachok” tomato & herb sauce.
Babushka Blintzes–Pancakes,stuffed with cabbage,tomatoes,carrots,onion and spices.Served with vegetable orange sauce.*
- Each guest receives a shot of vodka with the meal
Need To Know
About Cafe Cossachok
Cafe Cossachok first opened its doors in 1998 and is based in the centre of Glasgow. Traditional Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian and Georgian delicacies are featured, with blinis, borscht, mousaka, and gouvetch among them. Sweet treats are made with care including Napoleon puff pastries and Kutuzov cake. The cafe is kitted out in a folky décor, with original paintings, handmade furniture, and shawls adorning the ceiling. Exhibitions of local and international artists are displayed in the Malenky Gallery, while weekly live music is a staple, including Russian folk, Romanian music and Southeastern European klezmer acts.