Mon - Tue: 18:00 - 23:00
Wed: 18:00 - 04:00
Thu: 18:00 - 03:00
Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 05:00
Sun: 18:00 - 23:00
Rasputin Russian Bar & Restaurant serves classic Russian dishes such as shashlik and chicken kiev, as well as a list of vodkas that are uncommon in Singapore.
I come to Rasputin for dinner and drinks many time with my Russian friends. I like the food they cook. It's real genuine Russian food very delicious. Sometime I come to Rasputin to buy some salads for take away, my favourite is Amurskiy salad with salmon. They also have good price for buckets of beer many different kind. Staff is really nice and friendly. They have Russian waitress Irina, she is very good. On Wednesdays they also have Russian singer performing, her voice is very beautiful.
Приветствую, хотел бы поделится впечатлениями о русском ресторане/клубе "Распутин", который находится на Clarke Quay. Начну я свой рассказ о еде, восхитительной и не повторимой, как говорится " как бабушка готовит". Лучшие повара, радуют каждый вечер блюдами из мяса, рыбы, и другими изысканными блюдами. Дальше хотел бы выразить благодарность тем официантам которые там работают. Ирина и другие официанты помогут определится с выбором еды и напитков. Так же хочу выделить менеджера русского ресторана/клуба Растутин, Василия, который работает и делает это место еще приятнее. По средам выступает оперная певица, которая сделает ваш вечер не забываемым и веселым. Так что если вы в Сингапуре, и вам скучно, желаете веселья и соскучились по русской еде, то советую вам посетить Распутин.
When a good friend, Micaela* suggested doing dinner at Rasputin's, to try traditional Russian fare, Charmaine* and I were very eager of course. After all, we had never eaten Russian food before, and it was a great opportunity to do some catching up.
We started with the Shuba Salad - which is actually Herring Salad meaning "herring under fur coat" - a coat of onions and beetroot. It is a cold dish (the fish is cooked, not sashimi raw, no worries) and has a strong blend of flavors - the sweetness of the beetroot, saltiness of the fish and spiciness of chopped onions. It is supremably delicious, hints of flavors and freshness of herring that make love to the taste buds literally. We loved it at first bite.
Then the must-try soups - piping hot and large portions! We shared a Borsch Soup (beetroot, onions, potato, beef and parsley) and the Ukha Soup (Russian fish broth)
The Pelmeni ("ear bread") - Siberian meat dumplings- were served next. I believe it was pork - I'd forgotten to ask, but we ate most kinds of meat anyway. It tasted like a cross between the Chinese handmade dumplings and Japanese Kyoza (dumplings, as well) - believe it or not - with its marinated minced meat stuffed into thin, unleavened dough sheets. We loved it nonetheless.
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Rasputin seems like a new place that's yet to find its niche clientele. It's confused As to whom it should please. Such lack of specialization is clearly apparent in the events it holds and the crowd it attracts.
Went this Saturday. The only real specialty was the cheap liquor. Music was average. Food was average. Crowd was average. Nothing special just your normal place trying to attract a normal crowd to have some normal fun.
Would recommend this place only to big groups who are looking to have fun amongst themselves. For couples or singles, who are looking meet interesting new people or strike romantic connections, other clubs would be recommended. For an average cheap night out, it's fine but you wouldn't end up with anything special here.