"Gourmandism is an act of judgement, by which we prefer things which have a pleasant taste to those which lack this quality." – Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

Borshch Steakhouse 勃资西餐

This is a really old school restaurant in Serangoon Gardens that serves Russian food. Its interior is decorated with fairy lights, curtains, flower patterned plastic table mats, old newspaper cuttings and a funny smell. It made me felt that I’ve travelled back into time to a 1980s restaurant. It even has a 10-cent coin orange telephone that used to be present at every neighourhood coffee shop.

Even though the set meals were reasonably cheap, the quality was a little too low for a restaurant’s standards. The cavier on the egg was less than a pinch full and the mushroom soup was bland. The soft drink in the meal was an unusual small glass. However the promfet was a rare find to be treated as a set meal but only tasted ok. We ordered a dozen of their herbal and garlic escargots. They were nice!! None of us ordered their Borshch soup which was known to be their best menu item.

Prices exclude 10% service charge. No GST.

Restaurant: Borshch Steakhouse 勃资西餐
Address: 58 Serangoon Gardens Way Singapore 555954
Tel: +65 6280 4351
Opening Hours: 11am–3pm, 6pm–10pm



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