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Baku Palace

Named after the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku Palace offers a vast selection of traditional Russian dishes with a French flair prepared by chef Jak Ues Limprevil, a French culinary master. The menu features “Fillet Mignon Napoleon” with portobello mushrooms, red bell peppers, tomatoes and their housemade sauce. The dining area is as expansive as the menu with more than 500 seats on two floors and a two-tiered outdoor cafe overlooking the bay. Owners Michael Davidod and Alexander Abravich also offer live folk music Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings where diners can hear singers from Russia, Italy and France belt out tunes in their native languages. Shows start at 9:30 pm. Open daily.

Where: 2001 Emmons Ave. at Ocean Avenue
Tel: (718) 615–0700
How much: Entrees: $10.90–$28.90.
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Updated May. 1, 2009
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