About Nikita’s

Lusciously decorated Russian restaurant to transport you back to Tsarist Russia. Plus if it’s good enough for Elton John... Nikita’s served Elton John’s 450 celebrity guests with its famous fruit vodka shots and caviar and cured salmon blinis, from it’s ice bar set in a magical frozen landscape. The restaurant is divided into a series of small rooms which give it an intimate feel. It can get rather rowdy when the Vodka hits hard. A good place to go with a parcel of friends - especially if you love Caviar. What’s cooking? Caviar and Blinis, Koulibiak of Salmon, Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Kiev and loads of plain and flavoured Vodkas.

Full a la carte


Pirozhki (parcels of pastry stuffed with assorted fillings, such as spicy lamb, cream cheese, blue Stilton and spinach and served hot) - £5.95
Nikita’s Blinis (Nikita’s famous Blinis are light crisp pancakes originating from Northern Russia. Served with sour cream, chopped onion and chopped egg) - £3.50
Borsht (made to our Ukranians cooks family recipe, this sweet beetroot soup is served hot with sour cream) - £4.50
Lososina & Blinis (fresh Salmon cured at Nikita’s, marinated in herbs,
spices and salt) - £9.50

Main Course

Salmon Koulebiaka (a classic of Russian cuisine, Koulebiaka is Salmon cased in puff pastry, stuffed with rice, egg, mushroom and dilled rice) - £13.50
Steak Tartar Imperial (a traditional Cossack dish for which Nikita’s is famed. Best fillet steak chopped and seasoned to your palate, together with a dash of pepper vodka and a spoonful of caviar. Served with a raw
egg yolk if you choose) - £14.95
Beef Stroganoff (strips of best fillet beef sautéed in butter, onion, mushrooms and Cream) - £14.50
Shashlyk Po-Karski (loin of lamb, marinated in spices an herbs, skewered on a sword and grilled on charcoal. A dish originating in the Middle East, it became a national dish in many Russian Asian countries) - £14.95
Pertes Farshirovannyi (a typical Moldovian dish of pepper, stuffed with an aromatic mixture of rice, pine nuts, dried fruits and spices) - £10.50


Desserts - all at £4.95
-Syrniki (Russian cheese cake, made from sweet cheese, cinnamon and sultana, baked in a pancake and served with maple syrup)
-Vishni Krem (the Russian cousin of crème brulee, made with black cherries, cream and spiked with cherry vodka, with a burnt sugar
-Faberge Apple Parcels (baked parcels of apples, cinnamon and sultanas soaked in vodka, wrapped in filo pastry and served with crème Englaise)
-Nikitas Pavlovas (baked meringue nests, filled with whipped cream and seasonal fruits, floating on a vodka coulis)


Over Eighteen Different Types of Vodka!!

Additional Information


65 Ifield Road, Earls Court, SW10 9AU

Nearest tube:

Earls Court

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Tues - Sat 7pm - 11:30pm

Dress Code: