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Russian Tea Time

  • $
  • Eastern European, Russian
  • 77 E Adams St, Chicago 60603 41.879542 -87.625093
  • (Btwn S Michigan & S Wabash Ave)
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  • (312) 360-0000
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

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

Other Restaurant Info

(312) 360-0000
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Sun-Thu: 11am-9pm Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Good for Groups, Kid Friendly, Late Night, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by Gary on 2009-09-24

    Russian? - No, just Russian style

    I'd say this is just "Russian style" food for those who never tried real Russian cuisine. The taste of borsch, samsa, etc. is a laugh. If my Russian wife cooked like that, I'd divorce her... :) But for those who normally eat at McDonalds that would do..

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by Galina on 2008-10-02

    There is nothing Russian

    Even though they have some Russian traditional dishes, the taste is not even close to what it supposed to be. Especially I was disapoited with the borsh they served. Pelmeni was ok, but still I expected more for the price they charged. I wish I could cook

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by copperhead on 2008-04-29


    Visiting from out of town and happened on this place as I left the Art Institute. What find. Food and service were outstanding. Since I have not had much experience with Russian food, I opted to go with a few appetizersinstead of an entree. Borscht,

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by Natasha on 2007-03-08


    I am from Russia. My first visit to Russian Tea Time was by accident. I was so impressed, I felt like I was at home, even though I was thousand miles away from Moscow. This place is very relaxing for afternoon tea, and I recommend everybody to try it. Th

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by Linda on 2007-01-16

    always a treat

    I like to stop at Russian Tea Time whenever I go to the Chicago Symphony (it's right next door). I like the afternoon tea. My other favorite are the Blini. I've never been disappointed here.

  • Russian Tea Time

    Posted by Tom on 2006-03-02

    You'll feel like you're in Moscow

    You'll feel like you're in Moscow, without having to spend $150.00 on a visa, 10 hours on a airliner, and out of sight prices when you arrive. This place in Chicago's downtown is good! Really warm staff and exceedingly tasty fare. Memorable offerings we

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