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Opened in 1998 and is Scotland’s first and only authentic Russian Restaurant which represents people from former USSR in cooking, culture, and hospitality.

The cuisine’s allegiance to former Soviet Union culinary traditions is evident on the menu:
Borscht - Russian country soup, Golubtzi - Ukrainian stuffed cabbage, Chakhokhbili – Georgian spicy chicken, Musaka – Armenian vegetarian oven-baked dish, Tzimes – traditional Yiddish duck with apricots, carrots and dumplings, Plov – Uzbek lamb pilaf, Gouvetch – Moldavian vegetable ragout…

A cornucopia of Blinis – pancakes presented abundantly in traditional and all possible and impossible varieties.

Café Cossachok is a real paradise for the sweets connoisseur... Winnie the Pooh is no longer sought after by just little ones, here it arrives the con miel way as a delightful honey-pot containing vanilla ice cream and almonds glazed with honey. Spectacular mouthwatering and delicate home-made cakes Kutuzov, Napoleon, Alenoushka, Almonds are always on offer.

The striking quirky folk décor speaks for itself: red walls with original colourful paintings, handmade wooden furniture and Russian shawls covering the ceiling, producing an utterly unique, warm and vibrant atmosphere.

Live folk, jazz and world music played by outstanding musicians, makes Russian Café-Gallery Cossachok the place to be every Sunday evening.

Exhibitions by local and international artists are regularly featured in the malenky gallery to complete the picture.

Let’s raise a shot of chilled cranberry vodka or a pint of Baltica and say 'NA ZDOROVIE’!

russian borscht
Russian Borscht

cossachok sketch

sunday musical evenings 

october 2013

06/10  Sun            From Russia with Lev 

Glasgow's one and only Lev Atlas (violin) in a programme of classical, folk and jazz all time favourites.

13/10  Sun            From Bach to Be Bop         
Scotland’s top jazz guitarist, Nigel Clark, dips into his extensive repertoire for an exciting evening of wide-ranging sounds and styles.

20/10  Sun            Open Mic at Cossachok   
Whether it’s your voice or an instrument come along, get on stage and perform        blues, folk, traditional, country and pop classics. World renowned musician violinist Lev Atlas will make everyone welcome.

27/10  Sun            Power of the Accordion  
All-time favourites from Viennese music to Klezmer tunes, featuring the mighty accordion of Glasgow’s own Georgie Gajjic.

menu a la carte serve all day

2 course set dinner menu and sunday concert £20.00

concert only £6:00

Special Musical Evening menu and Concert £20.00 

cossachok live music doll

Russian gifts and souvenirs shop
open all day

welcome to cafe cossachok
Welcome to Russian Cafe-Gallery Cossachok