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Sipuli Review

Standing at the foot of the Russian Orthodox Uspenski Cathedral, Sipuli gets its name, "onion," from the church's bulbous golden cupolas. The restaurant is in a 19th-century warehouse building, with redbrick walls and dark-wood panels, and a skylight with a spectacular view of the cathedral. The classic French-Finnish combinations on the menu may include a creamy chanterelle soup with a side of pork and an apple compote, smoked roast of reindeer calf with duck liver and beets, and roasted lavaret (a kind of whitefish) with lobster quinoa and dill aioli.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed weekends, except for group dinners, and July.
Updated: 12-05-2012

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