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Oh My God Russian Restaurant

OMG! It's delicious Russian cuisine!

Oh My God Russian Restaurant

By Niang Chen
Translated by Erica Lin

443-7, JianXing Rd, North Dist.
(04) 2202-8977
Hours: 11 am-8 pm;holidays 5 -8 pm
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

Olga, the young Russian owner, speaks both Mandarin and Russian. Growing up in Uzbekistan, she followed her Taiwanese husband to Taichung and now makes home-style dishes from her home country for local diners. To make her Taiwanese customers more aware of where her distant home country is, Olga has labeled her menus with a detailed map of Russia and Uzbekistan.

Many Russian dishes are prepared with naturally-flavored potatoes and onions, while food from Uzbekistan has some similarities to Middle Eastern and Southwest Asian cuisine, using a lot of spices, especially cumin. There are six set meal choices here, all coming with Olive Shurpa, Russian Salad, fries, dessert and a drink.

Oh My God Russian Restaurant Russian Dumplings (NT$100)-These dumplings are stuffed with ground pork, diced mushrooms, salt and pepper. Drizzled with garlic-flavored mayonnaise, the delicious ground pork is flavorful with a black-pepper fragrance.
Oh My God Russian Restaurant Uzbekistan Lamb Pilaf (NT$150/small, NT$250/large)-The Lamb Pilaf is only available during festivities and is cooked with rice, chick peas, carrots, diced and sliced lamb and plenty of cumin for two hours. A perfect combination of rice, lamb and cumin creates a delicious set meal that includes salad, soup, fries, dessert and drink.
Oh My God Russian Restaurant Olive Shurpa (NT$80)-This refreshing, sweet-and-sour olive soup is cooked with tomatoes, sausages, onions, pickles and black olives.
Oh My God Russian Restaurant Russian Salad (NT$80), Uzbekistan Salad (NT$40)-Potatoes, carrots, hard-boiled eggs and pickles make the Russian Salad especially refreshing. Delicately cut, paper-thin onion slices with tomatoes are part of an Uzbekistan home-style
Oh My God Russian Restaurant Kebab of Minced Meat (NT$110)-Minced pork is marinated with spices and onion slices, with the acidity of the fermented onions accenting the appetizing pork aromas in this boldly-flavored Russian dish.
Oh My God Russian Restaurant Traditional Russian Baked Eggs with Ground Pork (NT$90)-Ground pork is mixed with diced onions, cumin and salt to taste, stuffed with a perfectly hard-boiled egg, wrapped in foil and baked. The outside is meaty and crispy with onion dices while the inside has a fluffy egg yolk.

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