I’ve never had Russian food until I went to Traktir and now I’m hooked. Everything I’ve tried so far is delicious, here are some of the dishes you must try:Borscht – It’s a traditional Ukrainian style beet soup with cabbage, potatoes, beef. It’s one of my favorite soups.Vareniki – It’s Russian style dumpling, I usually get the Mushroom and Sauerkrout. I can eat this dish as a meal.Chicken Shashlik – Grilled marinated chicken and potatoes seasoned perfectly.
This was the first place I’ve ever had Russian food- and I’m officially a fan!
Small but delightful!Traktir (meaning bar in Russian) prides itself in authentic Russian dishes such as borsch, lots of baked potatoes and delicious meat!I had the shashlik (kebab) and it was cooked perfectly and marinated in some delicious herbs. My mom had the beef stragunov and harcho soup (meat and rice type soup). Both were delicious, came out quickly, and were served by delightful waiters.We came in on Wednesday afternoon do there was no crowd and the outdoor seating was very pleasant. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the view of the park next door is great.