Kuchnia’s influence is not only in present in the restaurant’s name, which means kitchen in Polish, it is also all over the menu, where you will find Russian and Polish dishes served with Russian or Polish wines, beers and vodkas. The atmosphere at Kuchnia is charming, down-to-earth, romantic. And it’s something different. With dishes like salmon on huge brioche-like blinis, or pierogis (East-European dumplings) filled with spices, mushrooms, or marinated beef, the place is not for light-eaters. On the contrary, the flavoursome, heavy food is the ultimate comfort food and the atmosphere makes it so easy to stay for hours and digest with help from one (or a few) Russian vodkas.