Brooklyn >Tatiana Restaurant
“Loved the location - took a nice walk on the boardwalk right after our meal.”
“It's not just a place to eat, drink and dance but to be on a boardwalk too that is filled with people strolling this beautiful enviroment with fresh ocean air and the breeze?”
“Great food, cant get any better, so much fun.”
“Tatiana has the most extensive menu of any restaurant I've visited.”
“40 of us went for a reunion, the place was fab, great service, great food, wonderful entertainment.”
“Food is OK, very expensive and service is horrible”
A Complete Joke...You're Better Off Eating a Corndog!. I wish I had read some of the other reviews prior to my attempt at going to Tatiana's, as I would have skipped it altogether. After a lovely day at the beach, my boyfriend and I were ready for a nice meal. Our attempt at getting a table at Tatiana's? A complete joke. A woman simply put her hand up and shook her head no, while seating local Russian families, turning away non-Russian patrons, and leaving many many tables empty. My take? The only reason you even have a business is because it's the only restaurant on the beach, which won't last long with this discriminating attitude. I agree with the above reviewer, "you can take your shitty attempt of a fancy restaurant elsewhere" while I take my wallet away from this tacky place back to Manhattan for a delicious meal. The good news? Tatiana's doesn't want your business anyway.
let me start off by saying that the food is good and their is plenty to choose from the menu, and it all tastes good. that is a plus and the atmosphere is very relaxed and fun.
however some of their food is overpriced, and ive been here only twice, and both waiters clearly didnt want to be there.
I have never been there, but.....
Shishliks in the next door Tatiana Grill are awesome!!!
it was very busy and we had to wait a while for the hostess to seat us
so much fun. This is a russian supper club with Las-Vegas style entertainment. My husband and I decided to try it last night after some Russians we met recommended it. So we got dressed up and went. We enjoyed the show, and we did a lot of dancing. The food was tasty, but it is heavy so order carefully. To get in the right mood, we ordered a half-bottle of smirnoff. We had caviar and blinis and some delicious fish. It was the salad that was a problem since it was mayonnaisey. We met some really nice people, and we toasted each other with vodka. The service was very good especially considering the lights went down at show time and it was hard to tell the waiter what we wanted. But he was very nice and we got everything we needed. Overall we had a blast and we will return with our friends
Tons of decent food; rude waiter asked for bigger tip!. This is the the sort of place you should visit once, but that should be enough. Tatiana has some authentic Russian elements (although the food is more Georgian - shishkebab type stuff) and most of the songs were in French, Spanish, or English, at least one thing was authentic: terrible service. Not a single wait said a word to us all night, unless you count the eye rolling when we informed them that one of our party was sick. When we received the bill, there was a 10% gratuity included, so we paid that and a little more. My philosophy is that if you force your clients to pay a gratuity (an oxymoronic policy), then you are forgoing the normal tip. Anyway, the waiter came over and made a big promotion about how offended he was that we didn't include an additional 15% tip on top of the mandatory tip. The whole thing left a really sour taste in our mouths. Would have been much happier paying an 18% gratuity or just giving the standard 20% that we would have paid if they didn't add it to the bill.
You don't need to travel to Atlantic City to see a show..
I was there yesterday, Sunday, and had a great.... great.... time. Where in Brooklyn do you go and see a show and then dance the night away with dico, eurotech etc.. ? It's not just a place to eat, drink and dance but to be on a boardwalk too that is filled with people strolling this beautiful enviroment with fresh ocean air and the breeze?... to die for.
See for yourself and be delighted.
stay a way from tatiana.
I must say that WAS nice place while ago, and if you get there often you could see how GO DOWN...
They lost the Las Vegas Show style. The new show (which I sew) is haotic, nothing hapend, only dancers and singers, and you got tired very easy from. NO anything to provocate your attention.
They had a MALE CONTORTIONIST before, and that guy was amazing. The people was with open mouth looked the act.
And that was some what you can't forget.
Now - nothing... Even mostly look redicilous... Could you imagine - Show Girls in SNEAKERS in all show...
Well, the kitchen is not the greatest anymore as well. Last time was to oily, and heavy...
Sorry for the cleints there, The place is not was before, UNFORTUNATELY....
nice food, good service. I loved it! The food was superb, not cheap, but well worth it. They have a show, a bit cheezy, but lots of fun. The service was very nice, very friendly, I did not even expect a good service at a Russian restaurant (I know what I am talking about!). The stage for dancing is a bit small, but we had a blast. Loved the location - took a nice walk on the boardwalk right after our meal.
Food is OK, very expensive and service is horrible. I parked with their valet service (they charge for it). A months later I received an "unpaid ticket" in the mail for expired parking meter that was issued while I was at the restaurant for parking 2 blocks away from a restaurant. I called the restaurant and talked to the manager. The manager told me that valet service is contracted out and gave me contact information for the Valet service company. I talked with the valet manager who initially said he will pay the ticket but never did. Now 6 months later and after 5 conversations with both restaurant manager and valet manager, I am stuck with the ticket and an overdue penalty.
Editorial Review by Marcella Veneziale. Sushi sidles up to borscht and chicken cutlet kiev at this seaside Russian restaurant that resembles Vegas--with live weekend performances.
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