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Q: Looking for a Russian restaurant in harbin with authentic fare. . .

8 years 24 weeks ago in  Food  - Harbin

 
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Portman’s Restaurant have a live piano performance and all kinds of Russian-style cuisine. Their house red wine is excellent, as is their black pepper steak. It’s located at 53 Recreation Zone, Qidao Jie, Zhongyang Avenue, Daoli District

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There is a Russian-owned and Russian-operated Russian restaurant in Harbin that has been funtioning for several years now.  It's Russian name is "Vokrug Cveta".  The address in Chinese and telephone numbers are as follows:  

 赣水路183号 环球者西餐厅
Тел.: 82332006 87001565

The restaurant also owns bakery and a sausage shop next to the restaurant itself.  Other "Russian" restaurants in Harbin are pseudo-Russian restuarants.  This is the real thing.  The food is really great even if the service is a bit Soviet-style (meaning be patient).  Prices are moderate.

This little Russian restaurant is much prized by the small Russian emigre community in Harbin today.

Enjoy!

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