Trojka, which translates as 'three of something, is a Russian restaurant in the heart of Primrose Hill. In a spacious room decorated in bright colours, Russian, Ukrainian and Polish dishes are chalked up on the blackboard and listed on the large menu. A friendly, casual eatery, with a neighbourhood atmosphere, dishes come piled high with copious portions of well-prepared food. On Fridays and Saturdays guests are serenaded by a Russian musician strumming and crooning away in the centre of the room. Meun highlights include Golonka, which is shank of porf served with sauerkraut and mash, and Pozharsky Cutlets - chicken, veal and herb cutlets served with Stroganoff sauce and mash.
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