There's a lot going on at Green Dacha, Jason Harris discovers in his latest Las Vegas Weekly review. Whether you want American, Mediterranean, Russian, or even Mexican cuisine, it's all available at the grill and hookah bar. "You can get a cheeseburger anywhere," though, and the critic recommends sticking to Russian specialties that are hard to come by elsewhere in the city (a "dacha" is a type of Russian seasonal home, after all).
Harris suggests the "vinigret ($4.95)...a Russian-style beet salad with a healthy dose of scallions to punch it up," plus the house bread borodinsky, "dense rye with molasses and coriander, delivering an almost fruity taste." The "best spuds on the menu" are the fried "home-style potatoes ($6.95)," which Harris says pair perfectly with beef stroganoff, "a Russian comfort food classic."