Food Review – Vladimir’s Place

[Food Review]

Update: Vladimir’s Place is not longer in operation (ie. it has closed)

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Regina and Ellice at the entrance of the restaurant

 

Vladimir’s Place had me so intrigued with the food during the launch (which you can read here – https://timchew.net/2015/06/21/grand-opening-of-vladimirs-place-kuala-lumpur/ ) that I decided to head back for a review of their food this time with Regina. Now their food is a mixture of Russian and Ukrainian specialties as both share a common style as well as ingredients being so closely linked geographically.

 

The bar

The bar

The dining area

The dining area

The main dining area

The main dining area

Regina

Regina

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Baltika 7 (bottled beer) – RM21.00

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Vladimir’s Place is one of the few restaurants/ bars in Kuala Lumpur serving Beluga Vodka

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Russkaya trapeza: cold boiled pork and beef tongue served with Russian mustard, horseradish and fresh green peas – RM15.50

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Dressed herring – traditional Russian salad with beetroot, onion, egg and mayonnaise – RM15.00

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Russian beetroot Vinaigrette salad – RM13.00

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Salmon caviar with blini – RM16.50 – essentially caviar with pancakes. We liked this dish a lot!

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Classic Russian Borsh with sour cream – RM15.90

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Pork steak with barbecue sauce – RN26.50 – Oh yeah! A nice hearty pork steak with grilled peppers and cherry tomatoes to accompany it. Perfect for a meat eater like me!

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Chicken Kiev cutlet with tender mashed potato – RM27.00 – You’ll find this dish (Chicken a la Kiev) in most Western restaurants! A beautifully breaded and fried chicken cutlet which was tender and juicy when cut open! No wonder this dish is world famous!

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The best dish of the night!

 

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Napoleon cake with crispy batter and custard – RN13.50 – a French dessert. Pretty nice but very filling!

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Home style blini accompanied with jam – RM12.90 – pancakes with a sweet and piquant jam! A nice ending to the meal. Now bring on the vodka!

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B-52 shooters!

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With the chefs

Regina with the chefs

 

So if you’re in the mood for something very different, head over and try Vladimir’s Place. The food is a mixture of Russian/ Ukrainian/ Eastern European and some European favourites. They also have draught beers on tap as well as bottled beers and liquors. Try the Beluga vodka! 

 

Vladimir’s Place is located at:

No. 32, Jalan Inai, off Jalan Imbi

55100 Kuala Lumpur,

Malaysia.

 

Operating hours: 12:00p.m. to 11:00p.m Tuesday through Sunday

Telephone: +603 2144 5636

Email: info@vladimirsplace.com.my

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vladimirsplacekl

 

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