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No longer merely the mythological disappearing island in Russian folklore, Buyan has manifested itself tangibly in this Duxton Hill space that spans two shophouses and three floors. Vodka and caviar bars on the ground level serve over 50 premium voddies; terrace and courtyard settings on the second are for fine dining; and a casual dining space up top holds a service bar.

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I love the name Duxton! for a hill or a baby! The other night we went with friends to the newly opened BUYAN Russian Restaurant and Caviar Bar.

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Представьте мифический остров, на котором спрятаны волшебные предметы. Это и есть остров Буян! Гости Сингапура, желающие перенестись во времена русских Царей и Цариц, могут посетить недавно открывшийся ресторан Buyan Russian Restaurant & Caviar Bar.

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Buyan (Буя́н), in Slavic mythology, is described as a mysterious island in the ocean with an ability to appear and disappear. Some think it's a realm of the dead, the home of deities or spirits yet others insist Buyan is actually a Slavic name for some real island.

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I-S 3 April 2011 (click to enlarge)

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