Mari Vanna

★★★★★
  • 41 E 20th St

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-777-1955

About Mari Vanna

Hours
Monday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Saturday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Sunday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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Its places like this that give Russians a bad name. Fairly good RUS food, but terribly overpriced, with typical Brighton Beach-style service to match. If this place were anywhere in St Petersburg, in its current conflagration, itd be

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★★★★★

Its places like this that give Russians a bad name. Fairly good RUS food, but terribly overpriced, with typical Brighton Beach-style service to match. If this place were anywhere in St Petersburg, in its current conflagration, itd be

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drinks and food are excellent but EXPENSIVE!
Great atmosphere, friendly service, it gets packed and very busy. Went there with my russian friends and they ordered some amazing appetizers. Overall great experience, worth checking it out!

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drinks and food are excellent but EXPENSIVE!
Great atmosphere, friendly service, it gets packed and very busy. Went there with my russian friends and they ordered some amazing appetizers. Overall great experience, worth checking it out!

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I was at Mari Vanna last night, I don't really like to do this internet thing but I thought you all should know,
Besides the amazing food like Chicken Kiev, and Beef Stroganoff, Have I mentioned about the Cocktail list its filled with

3
★★★★★

I was at Mari Vanna last night, I don't really like to do this internet thing but I thought you all should know,
Besides the amazing food like Chicken Kiev, and Beef Stroganoff, Have I mentioned about the Cocktail list its filled with

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We were there with girls for a little corporotive party I m russian and I orderd herring under fur coat It was 12 dollars (in brooklyn its 4 dollars) For 6 girls we took 2 botles of ordinary wine and I remember that it was 1 pickle plate

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★★★★★

We were there with girls for a little corporotive party I m russian and I orderd herring under fur coat It was 12 dollars (in brooklyn its 4 dollars) For 6 girls we took 2 botles of ordinary wine and I remember that it was 1 pickle plate

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We arrived early for our 7pm reservation to an empty restaurant. Let me emphasize that it was empty. It was a cold night, and the rude hostesses said that we had to sit at the table in front, right next to the entrance, where cold air

3
★★★★★

We arrived early for our 7pm reservation to an empty restaurant. Let me emphasize that it was empty. It was a cold night, and the rude hostesses said that we had to sit at the table in front, right next to the entrance, where cold air

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REALLY BAD experience. Food is beneath criticism and overpriced. Service really bad - you can wait half an hour to see a waitress. Before my visit there i had a white coat. Waitress spilled a red soup on it. Now I dont have a white coat

3
★★★★★

REALLY BAD experience. Food is beneath criticism and overpriced. Service really bad - you can wait half an hour to see a waitress. Before my visit there i had a white coat. Waitress spilled a red soup on it. Now I dont have a white coat

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Had a great time last night at Mari Vanna!
Food was delicious- and VERY reasonable offer last night ( Tuesday) . Apparently they have Tuesday Special called Blini Night or smth. We had dinner and two people from our table ordered Blini

3
★★★★★

Had a great time last night at Mari Vanna!
Food was delicious- and VERY reasonable offer last night ( Tuesday) . Apparently they have Tuesday Special called Blini Night or smth. We had dinner and two people from our table ordered Blini

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Being a native Russian with yearly traditions of home-made family dinners consisting of Granny's Zhema secret mouth-watering recipes, sets a pretty high bar for judgment.\r
Mari Vanna has not only exceeded my expectations of a highly

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★★★★★

Being a native Russian with yearly traditions of home-made family dinners consisting of Granny's Zhema secret mouth-watering recipes, sets a pretty high bar for judgment.\r
Mari Vanna has not only exceeded my expectations of a highly

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I went for lunch with a friend from Latvia hoping to get some good home cooked style Russian food. I got a large bill and was not at all satisfied. We had the Salat Olivier, which was the highlight of the meal. Then I had the sosiski

3
★★★★★

I went for lunch with a friend from Latvia hoping to get some good home cooked style Russian food. I got a large bill and was not at all satisfied. We had the Salat Olivier, which was the highlight of the meal. Then I had the sosiski

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I first visited Vari Vanna June of 2009. Back then I can't say that my experience was great but it was mildly satisfactory. My last visit, on Saturday, July 17th was a complete disaster. We had to wait for a reserved table for half an hour. Then, after we were seated, and our order was taking, I had to wait for my order of Vareniki for nearly 2 hours. Those who ordered soup and/ or salad were very unhappy with their food so I wasn't holding my breath. My husband had svekol'nil which had absolutely no taste of real svekol'nik which you get get in any good Russian restaurant in Brooklyn. Golybczi that my husband ordered were actually disgusting. My vareniki were ok, but you can get a better tasting once in Glechik for fraction of a price. Service was OK and that was the only satisfactory part of the experience. Don't understand why would anybody go to this restaurant considering that drinks aren't any good either.

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★☆☆☆☆

I first visited Vari Vanna June of 2009. Back then I can't say that my experience was great but it was mildly satisfactory. My last visit, on Saturday, July 17th was a complete disaster. We had to wait for a reserved table for half an hour. Then, after we were seated, and our order was taking, I had to wait for my order of Vareniki for nearly 2 hours. Those who ordered soup and/ or salad were very unhappy with their food so I wasn't holding my breath. My husband had svekol'nil which had absolutely no taste of real svekol'nik which you get get in any good Russian restaurant in Brooklyn. Golybczi that my husband ordered were actually disgusting. My vareniki were ok, but you can get a better tasting once in Glechik for fraction of a price. Service was OK and that was the only satisfactory part of the experience. Don't understand why would anybody go to this restaurant considering that drinks aren't any good either.

Pros: None

Cons: Too expensive, bad food, bad drinks

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The restaurant is really nice, I feel like I'm back home at my dacha (coutry house). The prices are quite high for that kind of food. $10 borsch, come on! $11 salad with few plain green leaves, tomato & cucumber is just insulting! Chiken Kiev is far from what ti should be but that's probably due to customising it to Americans. But if you want to show your American friends what a cute Russian place looks like, it's perfect, just be ready to spend (an upscale restaurant amount)

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★★★☆☆

The restaurant is really nice, I feel like I'm back home at my dacha (coutry house). The prices are quite high for that kind of food. $10 borsch, come on! $11 salad with few plain green leaves, tomato & cucumber is just insulting! Chiken Kiev is far from what ti should be but that's probably due to customising it to Americans. But if you want to show your American friends what a cute Russian place looks like, it's perfect, just be ready to spend (an upscale restaurant amount)

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Had dinner at this quaint Russian restaurant the other night and absolutely loved it. I'm not an expert on Russian cuisine at all but the food was great - had a couple of salads and a cheese pie appetizer and then tried the Beef Stroganoff. It came with some mushroom truffle barley that is presented in a little Russian doll type warmer. Adorable! And if you do go, you can't leave without sampling one, or many, of their infused vodkas. I tried the beet and it was delish!

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★★★★☆

Had dinner at this quaint Russian restaurant the other night and absolutely loved it. I'm not an expert on Russian cuisine at all but the food was great - had a couple of salads and a cheese pie appetizer and then tried the Beef Stroganoff. It came with some mushroom truffle barley that is presented in a little Russian doll type warmer. Adorable! And if you do go, you can't leave without sampling one, or many, of their infused vodkas. I tried the beet and it was delish!

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Opulence and warmth greet you as you step into Mari Vanna. Or perhaps it's the feeling that your grandmother has invited you to her old-world home---decked out with tchotchkes everywhere, crystal, chandeliers and fine china---that bestows…

 

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