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Traditional Ukrainian Food,
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Starting from May 25th we do not accept delivery and pick up orders from our current location (5610 N Interstate Hwy 35, Austin, TX, 78751)
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Natural, delicious, Ukrainian food for You

  Deliciously cooked food is one of the most wonderful pleasures. Every country, and every nation, can boast its own original cuisine. Ukrainian national dishes are distinguished by unsurpassed combinations of flavor, a huge variety of recipes and ancient history.

   Thanks to the variety of dishes and their unique tastes, Ukrainian cuisine has gained great love and popularity not only in Ukraine but also far beyond its borders. U cuisine offers you to try Ukrainian traditional dishes such as borsch, varenyky (dumplings) with different fillings, holubtsi (cabbage rolls) and deruny (potato pancakes).

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Quality Ingredients

For the preparation of traditional Ukrainian dishes, we select only fresh and quality products. We buy all vegetables, meat and dairy products ourselves and therefore guarantee the quality and unforgettable taste of homemade food.

Balanced Meals

Ukrainian traditional cuisine is real home-made, healthy and tasty food of Eastern Europe. Our ancestors from ancient times prepared only balanced and healthy food, and they were inspired by the diversity of cultures and treasures of the surrounding nature.

Order On the Go

To order traditional Ukrainian dishes in our restaurant, click the button "Order Online" in the upper corner of the main page of the site, place an order and choose the method of delivery or pick-up.

Doorstep Delivery

U cuisine works with the best food delivery services. Therefore, we can guarantee that the dishes you order will arrive on time and the couriers will take care of your order during delivery.

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This is a traditional dish of the Slavic people, and is the most popular dish of Ukrainian cuisine. Borsch is a vegetable soup with a large number of vegetables, the main of which is beetroot, which gives a rich burgundy color. There are also many different versions of Ukrainian borsch, such as borsch with meat, mushrooms and even fish.

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Chicken Kyiv

Chicken Kyiv is made from beaten chicken fillet, which is wrapped in a piece of cold butter with dill. Then Chicken Kyiv is soaked in an egg mixture with breadcrumbs.

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Varenyky with blueberry

Varenyky (vareniki/dumplings) are known all over the world, and Ukraine is the motherland of this wonderful dish. National love has immortalized varenyky in poems, songs, movies, and even monuments!

In Ukraine, varenyky are not just a national dish but also a special talisman. Ukrainian ancestors equated varenyky with a young moon since they have a similar form. They used varenyky as sacrificial food.


U cuisine is a restaurant with traditional Ukrainian cuisine in Austin

U cuisine is the first Ukrainian restaurant in Austin founded by Ukrainians who came to the city a few years ago. The city of Austin itself, where we saw a great variety of cultures and cuisines, inspired us to create this project. The desire of locals to try something new and discover fresh flavors and cuisines from around the world, and the lack of restaurants on the market with Eastern European and Ukrainian food were embodied in the project to open U cuisine (Delivery Only Restaurant) with Eastern European cuisine. Each dish from traditional European and Ukrainian cuisines is created by us from local products selected from different groceries and markets in order to most accurately and closely convey the rich taste of these dishes.

Order borsch, holubtsi (stuffed cabbage), varenyky (dumplings) and Chicken Kyiv to enjoy the taste of dishes from Eastern Europe.

We also want to say a big thank you to our family members for their help and support in this project. Special thanks to Iana Nikutina for support and creation of our logo and design work for U cuisine. 

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