Red Square

★★★☆☆

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This restaurant has nothing to do with Russian food: Teriyaki steak, Crispy fried flounder, BBQ chicken salad? .If I like to get Asian food I would go to Asian restaurant, not to place called ?? Red Square?. But even those dishes were not well prepared.
The Russian food was not Russian, and was not food?. no taste, no flavor, just disappointment.
It is not even Eurasian cuisine.
The meat and fish tasted like Mc Donald??s leftovers. Definitely do not recommend.
Waiters are nice and the place looks fine, unfortunately I can not say the same about the food and a chef.
If you really like to try Russian food , just go to store called ??Rasputin? at the same plaza. Nice, authentic.
visit in April 2010

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★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant has nothing to do with Russian food: Teriyaki steak, Crispy fried flounder, BBQ chicken salad? .If I like to get Asian food I would go to Asian restaurant, not to place called ?? Red Square?. But even those dishes were not well prepared.
The Russian food was not Russian, and was not food?. no taste, no flavor, just disappointment.
It is not even Eurasian cuisine.
The meat and fish tasted like Mc Donald??s leftovers. Definitely do not recommend.
Waiters are nice and the place looks fine, unfortunately I can not say the same about the food and a chef.
If you really like to try Russian food , just go to store called ??Rasputin? at the same plaza. Nice, authentic.
visit in April 2010

Pros: Nice decor, patio

Cons: Terrible food

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If you want something differnt than sushi in the valley, try this place. We had a great meal here on a Friday night...very festive.

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★★★★☆

If you want something differnt than sushi in the valley, try this place. We had a great meal here on a Friday night...very festive.

Pros: Nice differnt flavors

Cons: Not the best ambience

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Great music, professional violinist, great outside setting and ambiance. Terrible food, we were served uncooked, what they called pork chops. When we got home, both my husband and I had to v o m i t . Also restaurant doesn't serve alcohol. Best way to enjoy this place is take your own alcoholic drink (they allow it) and sit at the outside garden sitting and enjoy the music. Maybe order a simple, familiar apitizer. Don't eat any meal.

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★★★☆☆

Great music, professional violinist, great outside setting and ambiance. Terrible food, we were served uncooked, what they called pork chops. When we got home, both my husband and I had to v o m i t . Also restaurant doesn't serve alcohol. Best way to enjoy this place is take your own alcoholic drink (they allow it) and sit at the outside garden sitting and enjoy the music. Maybe order a simple, familiar apitizer. Don't eat any meal.

Pros: music

Cons: food

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We wanted to give Russian food a try, found a place close to home in Encino...and.....what a great experience...food is fantastic and the outside patio is a great addition. Lamb in any form / shape is a must try there. be careful...fridays and Saturdays gets busy and reservation MIGHT BE NEEDED. Once you order, food keeps on coming, the owner is involved and the surprise tasters are truly "tasters" Enjoy!!!

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★★★★★

We wanted to give Russian food a try, found a place close to home in Encino...and.....what a great experience...food is fantastic and the outside patio is a great addition. Lamb in any form / shape is a must try there. be careful...fridays and Saturdays gets busy and reservation MIGHT BE NEEDED. Once you order, food keeps on coming, the owner is involved and the surprise tasters are truly "tasters" Enjoy!!!

Pros: food...food...food

Cons: saturdays gets packed

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There were six of us on a Friday night a few weeks ago. The place was empty at 8:00. We could see two waiters. All of us were looking forward to Red Square and all six of us had terrible dinners. The pork was over-cooked, the steak was over-cooked, the lamb was over-cooked and the strogonoff was terrible and the servicve was awful. The waiter didn't even ask us if we wanted dessert. We will not be going back.
I don't see how they stay in business.

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★☆☆☆☆

There were six of us on a Friday night a few weeks ago. The place was empty at 8:00. We could see two waiters. All of us were looking forward to Red Square and all six of us had terrible dinners. The pork was over-cooked, the steak was over-cooked, the lamb was over-cooked and the strogonoff was terrible and the servicve was awful. The waiter didn't even ask us if we wanted dessert. We will not be going back.
I don't see how they stay in business.

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So far I visited Red Square twice: during lunch and for a Friday night dinner. First of all-two patios, one open by the fountain and one enclosed in case of a rain. The dining room and both patios are very cozy, nice decor, kind of classic style, not really Russian but European. Guests are in their 20's, 30's and 40's, dressed casually but nice. Lunch was great. I had a Ukrainian Borsh with a a lot of tender beef chunks and potatoes in it, a large plate of meat Vareniki (traditional Russian dumplings) to die for, and Mors (cranberry drink they make on premises). The whole deal was under $12.00 and I was in and out in 30 minutes.The Friday night dinner was incredible. Herring with large olives, very fresh and not too salty, Russian Village salad, Seafood Salad (shrimps and calamari), a superbly done full rack of Australian lamb chops for me and my friend and pork Kazan Kebab (strips of pork fillet saute with vegetables and served in miniature individual dutch ovens) for our wives. The selection of wines was limited but Russian beers were great. They also had German, Irish and Lithuanian beers. Finished up with coffee on the patio, just beautiful. Service was pretty good, even though waiters need to practice their English a bit more. Overall - a great night out, excellent food, very ambient, and not expensive.

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★★★★☆

So far I visited Red Square twice: during lunch and for a Friday night dinner. First of all-two patios, one open by the fountain and one enclosed in case of a rain. The dining room and both patios are very cozy, nice decor, kind of classic style, not really Russian but European. Guests are in their 20's, 30's and 40's, dressed casually but nice. Lunch was great. I had a Ukrainian Borsh with a a lot of tender beef chunks and potatoes in it, a large plate of meat Vareniki (traditional Russian dumplings) to die for, and Mors (cranberry drink they make on premises). The whole deal was under $12.00 and I was in and out in 30 minutes.The Friday night dinner was incredible. Herring with large olives, very fresh and not too salty, Russian Village salad, Seafood Salad (shrimps and calamari), a superbly done full rack of Australian lamb chops for me and my friend and pork Kazan Kebab (strips of pork fillet saute with vegetables and served in miniature individual dutch ovens) for our wives. The selection of wines was limited but Russian beers were great. They also had German, Irish and Lithuanian beers. Finished up with coffee on the patio, just beautiful. Service was pretty good, even though waiters need to practice their English a bit more. Overall - a great night out, excellent food, very ambient, and not expensive.

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Checked out this place on advice of my partner. Very cozy place, two patios: one enclosed and one open by the fountain. First impression as we walked in: clean, classicaly decorated, guests are in mid 30 to mid 40 range, well dressed even though casual. Checked out the menu: classical Eastern European/Asian food: borsht, Russian salad, Thai-BBQ salad, kebabs, steaks, seafood. Large choice of seafood and meat dishes, good wine and beer selection. We ordered two bawls of borsht, Donslkoy salad, herring with olives, and pork kebabs for main course. Everything was outstanding. Nothing to complain about, except that herring was a little bony. Kebab was superbly marinated, in best traditions of Central Asia. Service was very good. At around 9:00 pm life music started. I could do without it but guests around us seemed to enjoy it, so its fine. All in all, great place, superb food, reasonable prices, will return for sure.

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★★★★★

Checked out this place on advice of my partner. Very cozy place, two patios: one enclosed and one open by the fountain. First impression as we walked in: clean, classicaly decorated, guests are in mid 30 to mid 40 range, well dressed even though casual. Checked out the menu: classical Eastern European/Asian food: borsht, Russian salad, Thai-BBQ salad, kebabs, steaks, seafood. Large choice of seafood and meat dishes, good wine and beer selection. We ordered two bawls of borsht, Donslkoy salad, herring with olives, and pork kebabs for main course. Everything was outstanding. Nothing to complain about, except that herring was a little bony. Kebab was superbly marinated, in best traditions of Central Asia. Service was very good. At around 9:00 pm life music started. I could do without it but guests around us seemed to enjoy it, so its fine. All in all, great place, superb food, reasonable prices, will return for sure.

Pros: Superb food, great ambience, great value

Cons: Small wine selection, no hard liquier bar (wine and beer only)

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European-Asian fusion restaurant in Encino serves up unique Pan-Asian entrees on a relaxing outdoor patio.

 

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