A big entertainment center hosts "Garage" nightclub, a pool bar, Japanese sushi restant, Italian pizzeria and a 24-hour coffee house. Everything is very well made and decorated, this restaurant is favourite among students of Barnaul university (which is opposite across the road) and families who want to spend a nice afternoon out. A coffeeshop can be a good place to spend a few hours before an early train.
Pizzas are very good, cost about $5-$7, there are also nice pastas and good choice of desserts.
Favorite Dish: The interesting fact is that the pizzeria is opened by a successful local pasta producer "Altan", the company that makes pasta with the same name - "Granmulino".
An authentic mexican restaunt, all meals are cooked by the chef from Mexico, William. When I saw him in Barnaul I was really surprised thinking what could bring him so far - from hot and sunny
Mexico to vast Siberia where colds go down to minus 30 in winter... But I understand, Barnaul is a nice place, and William enjoys promoting his home-country cuisine into the masses.
The decor is, as you could expect, Mexican, and there's an open terrace upstairs (that is covered in winter). Downstairs it's usually calmer, while upstairs hosts daily concerts by local flamenco guitarists (feel the exotics!) and is generally more "party" mood.
Favorite Dish: A meal costs about $5, a full dinner will not be more than $15 with a drink. The waiters are very helpful and there's a menu in English. Opened 10.00 to 2.00 daily.
You won't find any western fast food chains in Barnaul. There is a smoking and a non-smoking section, a bankomat and a toilet.
Open daily from 9 till 23.00
Favorite Dish: Well, the menu is in Russian only but there are several kind of non-italian pizzas, french fries, salads etc. Soft drinks, tea, coffee etc. One piece of pizza won't feed you if you are hungry.