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Uncle Vanya Cafe

  • $
  • Russian
  • 315 W 54th St, New York 10019 40.765368 -73.985103
  • (Btwn 8th & 9th Ave)
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  • (929) 259-8131
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User Ratings (Based on 57 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(929) 259-8131
Visa, MC
Mon-Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-12am Sun: 12pm-10pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Good for Groups, Live Music, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Pre/Post Theater, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out
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User Reviews

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Marina on 2013-12-02


    Haven't been at Uncle Vanya's for some time. A close friend of mine was celebrating her birthday there and invited me to come along. I loved both the atmosphere and the food and I really had to ask myself "Why I haven't been here for so long"? Menu a

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 2012-08-17

    Has gone downhill

    I used to love Uncle Vanya's but was sorely disappointed last night. Putting aside the "B" rating, the restaurant felt and smelled musty. Half of the items weren't on the menu and the ones my friend and I did order, like beet salad and borscht, lacked fla

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Steven Loyko on 2012-07-10

    wonderful place for private and regular parties

    We had a corporate party here. Very cheap and entertaining. We had a five thousand dollar budget and had three thousand left over. The piano player is awesome and beside great food, the drinks were also included. The waiters are friendly and chari

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by JWH on 2012-06-29

    Great evening!

    As someone who enjoys Russian food and atmosphere I was very happy to find Uncle Vanya on our visit to NY. The atmosphere was very friendly and the food was enjoyable. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a pleasant evening.

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Dan on 2012-06-20

    Not recommended

    The prices on the menu may be attractive for some in the search of authentic cusine, however the food is unappetizing. The presentation and the taste of the food - unacceptable.The shaslik - it seems peacefully aged from Perestroica on the kitchen shelf.

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Hairy Hungry Geek on 2012-02-15

    What a nice find!

    Went there this evening with my wife for dinner. As noted below, they have beer and wine only, no hard liquor. We had the borscht, which was OK - I've had better, but I've had worse. For appetizer had the caviar blini - very nice. The blini were pr

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 2012-01-23

    Nice cozy restaurant

    This was my first time trying Russian food; the borscht and vareniki was delicious. Great place to be hungry on a winter day, very filling--the borscht itself is a meal. The dessert wasn't great though--pasta filled with sour cherries. I didn't see the fi

  • Uncle Vanya Cafe

    Posted by brian on 2011-10-24

    The best

    I went to Uncle Vanya with college friends to celebrate a friend's birthday (he is from Moscow). I highly recommend the Blini with red caviar for an appetizer and the Golubtsy for an entree. I had a czech beer called Bakalar, great! The varenki, chicken

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