Passable Russian spot has always had a reasonable reputation
Time Out Says
Every buffet night is buffet night at Bolshoi and though it does feature a few Russian-Ukranian dishes (you guessed it, kievs), there’s a disproportionate amount of generic (often mediocre) ‘international fare’ littering the menu. However, as you’d expect from any restaurant in the Moscow Hotel situated in the old part of town, there’s a distinct Russian feel to the place – from the clientele to the traditional Russian polkas dancing.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 21 Mar 2012
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