Russian restaurant. Portuguese staff. Good borscht.
As the oldest Russian restaurant in Lisbon (after Kalashnakov closed its doors ages ago), it’s surprising that you will not hear pajausta (you’re welcome) to your spasiba (thank you). You will, however find infused vodkas, though the menu for them is limited, and a decently thick borscht that is typically conservative on the sour cream topping. Here you can find standards of Russian cuisine, like the salat olivett and herring dishes with pickled sides.