A beetroot soup traditionally dished up with sour cream. The dominant tastes in borsch are sweet and sour. It is believed that the standard borsch recipe does not exist. Each borsch will taste different depending on who made it. There are no doubts - BAHOR cooks prove their best bringing the tastiest Borsch straight to your table!
Okroshka is a soup made from vegetables, meat and kvass. It is a staple dish in Russia and every housewife has her own, proven okroshka recipe.
The name of this dish comes from the same Russian word that means “to chop”. All components of okroshka are always cut into small pieces, i.e finely chopped.
Okroshka is always served cold. It combines the refreshing taste of kvass and the lightness of a salad – exactly what you desire on hot summer days. BAHOR simply had to bring it to sunny Miami! Enjoy!
Russian dish of sautéed pieces of beef served in a sauce with smetana (sour cream). From its origins in mid-19th-century Russia, it has become popular around the world, with considerable variation from the original recipe. You can try Beef stroganoff with the most tender, juicy beef around in a sauce that balances rich, browned flavors with brighter notes in Bahor Wood Oven and Grill Restaurant.