An enchanting spot in the centre of Glasgow, Café Cossachok offers diners an unorthodox yet utterly delectable ensemble of Russian dishes.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can enjoy everything on the eclectic menu, all of which is certainly worthy trying at least once.
An uncommon cuisine found on the UK’s shores, Café Cossachok focuses on its niche with style. All served in a splendid manner and all truly tasty, Café Cossachok works well for all occasions, whether it’s a curious sampling of the cuisine with friends or for a special celebration with the family.
Begin the experience with one of the superb starters, such as the rich Portobello mushrooms with goat’s cheese, adorned with fried cracked nuts and a truffle oil, the invigorating pear and duck confit salad, complete with white wine and a rhubarb marmalade, and the tantalising octopus aioli, steamed with spiced and an aioli sauce.
The main courses offer just as diverse and delicious an array of dishes, catering to all tastes with variety. Particularly merit worthy meals include the scrumptious St. Petersburg Blintzens, traditional Russian pancakes filled with fried onions, mushroom and mushroom sauce enriched mashed potatoes, the hearty Crispy Ravioli, deep fried and stuffed with beef, pork and melted Cheddar, and the irresistible salmon fillet, served in a white wine and mussel sauce with grated spinach, beetroot gratin and Polenta cheese.
With so much more to choose from, including a host of heavenly desserts, diners can rest assured that something sumptuous can be savoured at Café Cossachok.