Kapitan.sg (Maxwell Chambers)

2063 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
Borscht (formerly Dumplings.RU) is one of the few, if not ONLY, authentic Slavic restaurants in Singapore and you can be sure that you can be immersed in the distinctive cultural experience that we have to offer, from our food to the ambience and service.

32 Maxwell Road
#01-05 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

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Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Discover authentic Slavic flavors at Kapitan.sg — a hidden gem in Singapore!

Relax and unwind with Burpple Beyond's fantastic new 2-for-2: Cocktails deal! Complement your drinks with mains such as the Eggplant Ikra or Chebureki (the National Dish Of Crimean Tatar Cuisine) using our 1-for-1: Mains deal.

Step out of your comfort zone and treat your taste buds to the delightful Slavic offerings at Kapitan.sg

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Ever tried Eastern European cuisine before? @kapitan.sg is a great place to start, with its chill ambience and great food 😍

My favourite out of all got to be the Salo ($14.90), which was some kind of cold pork belly which was super addictive. The slices were very tender and succulent, and I loved the savoury cured flavour. Pair them with mustard and their sourdough, and you got yourself a fancy appetiser!

Their Dumpling Combo Platter ($17.90) was also a great sharing dish. I love how the dumpling skin was bouncy with a great mouthfeel. The meat within was pretty succulent as well. Loved the beef one with mayo!

The Zharkoe ($27.90) came in a big bread bowl, and it was filled with cheese, potato and a very hearty pork stew. This is one good dish to share and can be very filling.

If you need a drink, the Triple Vodka Martini ($25) is one option. This was quite strong and the Lemon flavour didn't taste too artificial!

It was a great meal at Kapitan 😍 Thank you @kapitan.sg for the food and @smolbelly for inviting!

my friends and i headed down to kapitan.sg recently after seeing their tiktok! (i’ve actually been itching to try their food since the dumpling.ru days but i never got around to it..)

- salmon bliny (salmon crepes) $17.90
- draniki (rosti with salmon) $24.90
not in picture:
- shashlyk (chicken skewers) $23.90
- tarhun (green slavic soft drink) $9.50
- carbonara pelmeni with lamb (dumplings)

my order was the salmon bliny! i loooved the taste of the salmon with the hot crepes and the sour cream at the side.. too bad there were only 2 pieces of it 😭 portion was a little small in my opinion but maybe i just don’t get bougie food

my friend got the draniki! she was kinda disappointed bc it came cold and it wasn’t really appetising by then.. i tried some of the salmon and i slurped it up tho (free food alw the best 😅)

didn’t try the others so i can’t comment on those! but personally would like to try the desserts next time (if i can make the effort to go down…..)

Kvass ($9.80)
Rye bread fermented fizzy drink, a famous street drink in Eastern Europe, which kinda reminded of beer/ wine.

Kompot ($8.50)
(The one with the lemon) Slavic in-house fresh berry drink - low-key reminded of ribena with a mix of some other fruity flavours.

Sadly they ran out of their Medovik (honey cake), so we got this instead, which is a crepe filled with cottage cheese! This was interesting and deceptively filling.

It's actually a National Dish Of Crimean Tatar Cuisine -- which is essentially a fried puff pastry filled with various fillings, & mildly resembles a calzone!
We picked the cheese and white mushroom one here!

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