Vkusno Dom Restaurant
- Popular Penang Restaurant
Address150 Campbell Street
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Borscht (RM15.00) ‧ Borscht Russian Beetroot Soup (RM15) ‧ Borscht Soup (RM15) ‧ Carrot Cake (RM9) ‧ Chicken Stroganoff (RM25.00) ‧ Kazakh Chicken Shashlik (RM28) ‧ Kompot (RM8) ‧ Kompot (RM8.00) ‧ Olivier Salad (RM15) ‧ Passion Sensation (RM8.50) ‧ Russian Fruit Tea (RM9.00) ‧ Russian Lamb Rogue (RM22) ‧ Salmon Steak (RM28.00) ‧ Solyanka (RM15.00) ‧ Solyanka | соля́нка (RM15) ‧ Turkish Baklava (RM9) ‧ Uzbekian Lamb Plov (RM20) ‧ Vareniki Dumplings (RM16.50)
Signature DishesKompot ‧ Olivier Salad
Dishes[1 year ago]
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Vkusno Dom Russian Restaurant @ Campbell StreetSalmon Steak RM28.00
This was superb!
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Vkusno Dom @ Campbell Street, Georgetown, Penang.What's a better way to start the meal by having the Borscht Soup, the dish best represent Russia... Vkusno Dom's rendition has heaps of vegetables- Beet Root, Carrots, Tomatoes and some Beef. It was mildly seasoned, it relies heavily on the natural sweetness of the vegetables and meat. It was most comforting on its own but even better with a touch of Sour Cream... for that extra creaminess. Sour Cream seems like the magical touch here, it worked equally well with Vareniki, dumplings with Mushroom and Cheese filling. The skin was somewhat like Pasta... slightly chewy but in a delightful way; a dish best for sharing (might be a little flat for one to finish them entirely).
Eastern European Cuisine @Vkusno Dom, Campbell Street, PenangUzbekian Lamb Plov RM20
Vkusno Dom serves up many mains and diners can try the Uzbekian Plov (briyani rice dish) that comes in two choices: lamb or chicken. We had the lamb version and its bold flavors are made even better with the accompanying special sauce.
Alternatively, meat lovers can try the grill meat. Offerings include Uzbekian Grilled Lamb and the Kazakh Chicken Shashlik. Both meat are grilled on open fire, and served with bread and salad.
Vkusno Dom, The Authentic Eastern European Cuisine (Russian) @ Lebuh Campbell, Georgetown PenangTo sample some authentic Russian flavour, we had a try on their Russian Lamb Rogue. A few chunks of lamb meat was stewed in a thick sauce, together with some potatoes and carrots, garnished with some green leaves. We believed the stewing was done for substantial hours as the carrots and potatoes almost melted the moments it comes in the oral environment. The soup gives an elusive and sleekness that warm up the stomach. Somehow, we found some similarities between Russian Lamb Rogue to some local lamb soup, although Malaysia's version would tend to possess an more greasy feeling overall.