Star Ukrainian chef Yurii Kovryzhenko was stranded in London when Russia invaded his home country; after a series of pop-ups and fundraising dinners, he opened this "neo-bistro" staffed by refugees from the war, alongside his partner Olga Tsybytovska.
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Mriya Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A great project, with distinctive cooking (deep flavoured bortsch), charming service and good cause. Pleasant interior behind a scruffy streetscape."
"I had never been to Ukrainian restaurant before. The staff were so helpful and the food and service was superb. Particularly liked the forshmak. Decor was simple and had been brought over from Ukraine"
|Wine per bottle||£0.00|
275 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 9JA
|Tuesday||12 pm‑4 pm, 6 pm‑11 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑4 pm, 6 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑1 am|
|Saturday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Sunday||12 pm‑11 pm|