Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Food and Drinks

Russian and Eastern European food: from borscht and dumplings to desserts, and where you can find it in Hong Kong

  • Sour and tart flavours are popular in Russian and Eastern European cuisine because they take the edge of fatty foods required to get through harsh winters
  • Sweet food are also popular; at Dacha in Hong Kong, the 12-layer honey cake with sour cream is by far the most popular dessert

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Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Herring under fur coat salad at Dacha, a restaurant that serves dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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