Hong Kong is perhaps not a natural home for Russian restaurants. So it is a testament to the quality
of diners’ experience of Ivan the Kozak on Cochrane Street and its famous Snow Room that it has
thrived so well here. Head over to Ivan the Kozak for Russian delicacies like caviar, warming borsch,
pelmeni, dumplings and bread enough to sink a battle ship. The team at Ivan are famously
welcoming, bringing the fabled Russian hospitality to the shores of Hong Kong.
假如在香港尋找俄羅斯菜有如尋寶，坐立於中環閣麟街的東歐餐廳就是寶藏了 。餐廳提供魚子醬、羅宋湯等傳統菜式，為顧客用心打造神話式的用餐體驗。 披上皮草，進入冰極酒窖感受俄羅斯的冬天。
Russian cuisine sounds to many like a lot of roasted pork and stodge. While that is just part
of the story, there’s a lot more to it. The team at Ivan the Kozak on Cochrane Street are
committed to changing this limited understanding of the Eurasian landmass’ cuisine, one shot of
vodka at a time. Head here for delicious, delicate dumpings, refined caviar dishes, generous and
garlicky breaks, and of course, lots of meat, especially pork!
In addition to huge portions of warming Russian dishes (we recommend the house’s rich, warming, complex borsch) Ivan the Kozak on Cochrane Street is famous for its drinks. Get a taste for an authentic Russian winter with a visit to the Snow Room. Here you can sample Russian and Ukrainian vodka to its fullest warming effect. The restaurant is busy, especially during the weekend, so it makes sense to take a moment to reserve a table, especially if you’re hoping to see the Snow Room in all its wintery glory. Na Zdorovie!
the restaurant owner is very kind and serve with passion. the food is great and can taste the original flavour good for a group of 4 or above
Beautiful decor, great food and hospitality! I love the pictures taken here! Thanks for the kindness of the owner! We had an enjoyable night here :) WIll defo come back again!!
Ivan the Kozak has very nice set lunch with many options including buffet. Service is standard. Russian radio playing as a background made the experience more authentic. By the way, you should try mashed potatoes there! And of course special thanks for dill - real taste of Ukrainian and Russian cuisine.