We’re pleased to be hosting a delicious pop-up of fabulous Russian food at Calvert 22 Space.
Visitors to the Power and Architecture exhibition should bring their appetite for modern Russian cuisine by Mince & Dough, who will be serving homemade dumplings, pies and refreshing summer specials.
Okroshka (chilled summer soup) — £5
Refreshing kefir-based soup with cucumbers, sorrel, radish, egg and dill
Pelmeni (dumplings) with meat — £8
Tortellini-like dumplings topped with dill, butter, sour cream, Georgian salsa or all of the above
Pirozhki (little Russian pies) — £7
Spring onion & egg / Cheesy beetroot leaves / Mushrooms & herbs
Blinis (pancakes) — £5
Buckwheat pancakes with cottage cheese and jam
Mors (homemade cranberry ice tea) — £1.50
About Mince & Dough
We are USSR-born, European-raised Londoners and we are on a mission: we want to introduce Russian food to London. Let us treat you with some pies, surprise you with some dumplings, and warm your heart and soul with some soups that are *just what the doctor ordered*.
Russian cuisine is a combination of simple peasant food, extravagant Tsarist-era recipes, traditional tastes from a variety of slavic countries – some northern, some southern and spicy – as well as recipes developed during the frugal soviet era.
We recreate those recipes with fresh ingredients of amazing quality, and enhance them with some new techniques to bring you a modern experience of Russian food in all its soul-warming, homemade splendour.
We don’t want to clutter our menu with too many scary, unpronounceable dishes, so it’s this simple: dumplings, pies and soups, with a seasonal special dish here and there, and a few tricks up our sleeve for when you’re feeling adventurous.