Russia Restaurants

  • Russian Cuisine
    by AnnaHermans
  • Restaurants
    by AnnaHermans
  • Russian Cuisine
    by AnnaHermans

Russia Restaurants

  • Russian Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    We took there a big gastronomica set for our company and different dishes. Meal was really tasty, we were able to try lots of interesting traditional dishes such as caviar with pancakes, aspic with horseradish and even we were drinking tea from their old-fashioned kettle called Samovar. It was amazing, because it boiled water on the coals!!! The...

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  • Russian Cuisine

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    As everyone knows, there’s no such crime capitalism will shrink from with the view of 200% profit. There used to be a “Café Mumu” in St.Petersburg, with the dog’s figurine at the door, devoted clientele and all that. http://www.cafe-mumu.spb.ru/ Then this mega-chain Moo-Moo comes from Moscow, and the respected small business had to pull down the...

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  • Moo-Moo chain

    Moscow Restaurants

    Moo-Moo is my favourite fast-food chain in Moscow, because it is not really fast-food. The service is fast indeed, but not the food: no sandwiches, no cakes baked and frozen miles away and brought back to life in a microwave, everything natural as natural can be in a big city like Moscow. It rather reminds me of an old times’ personnel canteen:...

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  • European Cuisine

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    Truly vegetarian cafe with a special, intimate atmospere. The food here is cooked and served with love and pleasure, smiles and peace are all around. Here one can find vegetarian, vegan, raw dishes, sweets and desserts, dishes with seitan. Recipes are Indian, European, and Russian. Cafe serves breakfast (9am - 12am) and lunch, and has a whole...

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  • Cafes/Bars/Pubs

    Moscow Restaurants

    This is the most posh place I visited while our office canteen was closed. Not that it is really posh, it is just that for real Muscovites any cafe is posh - we do not have a habit of eating out. For that reason I could only afford a breakfast there – an omelette and coffee. The plate looked very attractive, both the earthenware and the food on...

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  • Coffeehouse

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    If you are looking for a decent cup of real coffee and in a quirky setting try the place our guide took us to. It was a little restaurant slightly underground and in the middle of Alexander Park. It had a range of coffees including Italian and Ethiopian and a small selection of cakes and pastries. The chocolate was thick Italian style. On the walls...

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  • Yolki-Palki chain

    Moscow Restaurants

    Have you got tired of working everyday lives? Have a rest. The mongolian traditions will help you to feel better. Imagine a steppe, a horde, night. There is a board on a fire, and theres bloddy meat on a board. Do you like it? The sity variant of medieval Mongolia is not less romantic. Having come in a tavern, youll see the bright and colorful...

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  • Asian Cuisine

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    The restaurant Shurpa (Ginza Project Group) on Wednesdays at 20:00 suggests a master-class of Uzbek dishes. One can get a free portion. Book seats in advance by phone. We were there again on Wednesday 01/08/2012 and they prepared "pilaw". It's tasty too! The free portion is not very big but enough for an evening meal. Their usual portions are very...

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  • McDonald's

    Moscow Restaurants

    McCafé is part of the big McDonalds, but they surely deserve a tip of their own. Imagine: I am heading to my doctor for another surgery – that’s enough to make one feel pretty nasty. On top of that it’s not yet 7 in the morning, the metro is already quite crowded (I do not know if there is any hour these days that is not a rush hour). I must get...

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  • Georgian Cuisine

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    A nice small family owned restaurant with warm and homelike feeling. They serve Georgian food and drinks only. Made after family receipes at reasonable prices. Can get three course dinner with drinks under 1000 rbls.

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  • Georgian Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    Thank goodness for the variety of Ukraine, Uzbek and other regional food dishes in Moscow from the former USSR especially Georgian my favorite! I have tried many Georgian restaurants in Moscow and this one was particularly good. Ironically I have read some negative reviews (see attached links) that the price, service and tipping policy were...

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  • American Cuisine

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    The Subway chain of fast foods is spreading in Russia. It is about the same as American sandwiches with a few twists. Instead of iceberg lettuce they use cabbage. Also, they do not have yellow mustard. Some hot mustard or honey mustard is available. Tuna sandwich without the "cabbage" lettuce

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  • Oriental Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    Restaurant open 24 hrs a day. The setting is indeed very nice, and the service is very good. The menu includes traditional dishes of Oriental cuisine: pilaw, shashlik on live coals, various salads and appetizers, Uzbek soups, "lagman", which is a dish made of Uzbek noodles, mutton and spices. Delicious desserts, such as fruits, jams and sweets...

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  • Street Vendors

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    The iKea stores bistro is available both from within the store and from outside. Hot dog is 10 rubles ($.35) or big hotdog and refillable soda 20 rubles. Soft ice cream cone is 5 rubles ($.20) It is vey popular and after walking a marathon in teh shopping mall or inside the store you need some nourishment. This fast cheap food has saved many family...

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  • European Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    Quite unexpected! I am strolling along Pyatnitskaya street – that’s one of the few streets in Moscow that still look like Moscow streets, no glass-and-steel office buildings or concrete apartment houses – and almost opposite Novokuznetskaya metro station I see the familiar sign: ‘Paul, French bakery’. The last time I saw it in Cote d’Azur...

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  • Mexican

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    Back where I come from in Wisconsin, we have a pretty large Latino community. This means we have plenty of authentic Mexican restaurants nearby with outstanding food. I don't know what we were thinking - maybe we were being adventurous - but we had heard lots of good things from some locals about the restaurant, "La Cucaracha" not too far from...

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  • Asian Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    I really liked this place. So why not? Totally recommend it. I ordered Philadelphia rolls (you can see on photo that they aren't typical) and potatoes with Tofu sauce. more I liked potatoes than rolls.

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  • Apartments

    Saint Petersburg Restaurants

    One of the biggest saving strategies we practiced was eating our breakfasts in our apartment each day. To be honest, aside from the low cost, it was also a more relaxing way to start the morning than dealing with getting to and ordering from a restaurant or cafe early each morning. We bought bread, honey, cheese, yoghurt and water from the grocery...

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  • Quick eatz

    Moscow Restaurants

    During summer time, you can hardly miss the ice cream vendors of Moscow. They usually offer both prepacked ice lollies as well as simple cones with one scoop of a certain flavour. One of the most popular and even typical flavours in Russia seems to be Creme Brulee (Russian: krem-brule). A cone with one scoop of Creme Brulee cost between 25 and 30...

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  • American Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    "Louisiana" is an American steak-restaurant, bar, pizzeria. The interior is designed in the Middle West style. Country furniture. "Sheriff's room" VIP-study. Specialties of the house: T-bone grilled Chicago steak, "Devil" and "Killer" steaks, "New Orleans" starlet, Californian wines. Children's menu (5 dishes). Dalton's mansard. Organization of...

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  • Fashionable/Top end

    Moscow Restaurants

    Everytime I watch Casablanca I lament the lack of a Rick's in real life. So elegant, so Old World, so classy, so romantic. The pianist is playing Mozart?s Rondo alla Turca downstairs and the music sifts through the smoke as it rises to the mezzanine on the third floor, reaching us like a dream, hushed and exotic. The mayor of Moscow routinely...

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  • Fun places

    Moscow Restaurants

    This restaurant has a very special Usbek decoration. You feel like your in 1001 nights. Every now and then the music is suddenly turned up and 3 belly dancers come to entertain the guests. Some table are not western style tables but usbek style where you take off your shoes and sort of sit like on a bed with a low table on top of it. Sometimes the...

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  • Ukranian Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    Ukrainian symbols of the 19th century and national cuisine are revived in the restaurant. The interior is designed in the style of a Ukrainian peasant's hut. Waiters are dressed in national costumes. In the restaurant there are two halls and two VIP-rooms for those, who prefer silence. Besides, there are tables for nonsmokers here. On the menu...

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  • Mexican Cuisine

    Moscow Restaurants

    In menu of Pancho Pizza you will find a very wide range of meet, fish and seafood meals both from Italian and Mexican cuisine and it will make you to return again and again and taste something else. As it is a family restaurant it has special childish menu as well. Every day at Saturdays and Sundays clowns will entertain your children with...

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  • Fusion style

    Moscow Restaurants

    the interior was designed by Igor Chapurin, famous in Russia, mostly designing clothes and interior things, on the first floor is more cafe atmosphere, the second floor offers more chamber ambiance, the food itself is worth every rouble, i think the best pasta i have ever tryed here in Moscow was in that restaurant, yes it's not cheap but really...

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  • Best way to celebrate spring

    This popular and very healthy soup is high in vitamins and calcium. It can be eaten either hot or cold and is quite popular in the summer.Sorrel is domesticated and grown wild across the board in Eastern Europe and spring is the best time to pick the young and tender leaves. •1 pound young sorrel leaves, washed, stemmed as for spinach and...

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  • Russian cuisine

    Rassolnik is a traditional Russian soup made from pickled cucumbers, pearl barley and pork or beef kidneys. The key part of rassolnik is rassol, wish is a liquid based on the juice of pickled cucumbers with some additions.Rassol is famous is Russia for its usage in anti-hangover treatment also.

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  • Russian cuisine - Pelmeni

    Pelmeni – the small balls of minced meat covered with the pastry. In Canada they called "Pirogi", but in Russian cuisine Pirog - it's pie (open or closed). Pelmeni came to Russian cuisine from Siberia and the name is translated like "bread ear" from Komi (Komi - one of 158 nations living in Rissia) language.Inside could be one sort of meat or any...

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  • Russian cuisine - Kholodets

    An other traditional russian meal - Beef (pork) aspic (US 18.00- in Godunov restaurant).Aspic ("kholodets"), is a dish in which ingredients are set into a gelatin made from a meat stock. Aspics are usually served on cold plates so that the gel will not melt . Nearly any type of meat can be used to make the Aspic, in Russian cuisine it's usually...

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  • Restaurants

    Like almost anywhere in Europe also in Russia the posh restaurants will be very expensive and not always worth the pay. However, I found out that some small restaurant and coffee shops served very good food as well as provide good service. Also English is much more common these days with the young people in the big cities.

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  • Lunch Under Canvas - in January!

    The Marquee is in the yard of this Palace, and yes the famous dish was invented here! We enjoyed a very tasty buffet lunch in this well heated area. Great value!

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  • Nice restaurant in Tomsk

    Pleasant atmosphere. They serve oriental coffee, like in Central Asia (or in Greece) made on hot sand. In another sector of the cafe they have a sushi bar. Open until the last customer (usually at 3 AM). as above

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  • Menu Details

    Many restaurants include every little item on the menu. Don't forget to check this and order what's necessary. For example, your breakfast may not come with toast. Make sure you order bread; make sure you specify 2 slices; make sure you specify toasted. Be sure to include salt and also pepper in your order, if you need it. Specify ice in drinks....

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  • Blinis with Caviar

    Blinis is something typical Russian. You can get them with all kind of filling. My all time favorite dish is blinis with caviar. I discovered them during my visits in Ukraine and now that I start exploring Russia I'll have them whenever there is an opportunity.

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  • Good wholesome food

    Although the food was very basic and each day was a variation of the last - the food was very good, wholesome and filling. We had 4 course breakfast, 4 course lunches and 3 course dinners, all beautifully presented. The waitresses get quite upset if you do not eat it all!

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  • Russian Cuisine

    Appetizers Baklazhan Farshirovanny (Baked and Stuffed Eggplant) Bliny (Buckwheat pancakes) Pochki v Madere (Kidneys in Madeira wine sauce) Vatrushki (Pot Cheese Tartlets) Pashtet (Liverwurst or Liver Patè) Kulebiaka (Flaky Salmon or Cabbage Loaf) Pirozhki (Small Pastries Filled With Meat) Salat Olivier (Tart Chicken Salad With Sourcream...

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  • my favorite restaurant

    My favorite restaurant definitely was on the Transsiberian train from Moscow to Irkutsk in 1994. The restaurants are private enterprises, so it really depends on the crew. The crew of the 1994 transsib restaurant were so friendly and made the most delicious menues out of very simple ingredients. And after a look into their kitchen I was even more...

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  • Shchashchikla (meat on a stick)

    If you’re hungry in Severobaikalsk or any other Siberian town, then stop by a Shchashchikla (meat on a stick) stand. The following is an excerpt from a restaurant in Severobaikalsk:Later that evening, after I had said goodbye to my German friends, I ate a delicious dinner at the Shchashchiklaya Bar, which is located on top of a small cliff...

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  • Best Restaurant and Bar in Severobaikal

    We ate at Rus Bar, a local micro-brewery in Severobaikalsk. It was us four and Roman, a local guy. The food and beer was delicious. There was a $1 cover charge, but the beer was $0.50!!! The home brewed beer of course :). Though I do have to say that their food was great as well.

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  • Best Restaurant in Novgorod

    The restaurant Detinets is situated inside the Kremlin. It is one of the least expensive restaurants on its category. The food is superb and tasty. Give it a try. I think everything in their menu tasted great! I didn't tied it all of course, but on the two occassions I ate here I had a great meal.. Try their tasty desserts as well.

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  • Russian Food

    I had heard scary stories on the bland Russian food before I came. I was really impressed by some of the fine dishes I’ve had in Russia. Russians like to fry their food and to add all sorts of sauces to it, including their own version of Sour-cream. It makes for an interesting diet. Most of the time, just ordering the meal can be an adventure in...

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  • Trainrestaurant/ Markets on the Stations

    It was no problem at all to eat in the train's restaurant, but there was always plenty of very nice food, that I could buy, when the train stopped. Specially I remember the cheese-cake, which I ate in Siberia, after 18 months in Asia. Delicious!

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  • try out Tex & Mex in Moscow.

    Oh well....A turk-having dinner w/Jewish pals-in Moscow-at mexican restaurant-while English band playing live-WOW what a Global World we'r living in.;)))

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  • Avoid tourist joints

    In big cities try to avoid restaurant near touristic spots because the food is bland like everywhere else x-cept high end retaurant. Find yourself a good ol'russian cafe or Stolovaya (canteen), and you should have a reasonably good meal for about 3$ with a beer. The classics:-Pilmeny (boiled meat dumplings served with sour cream) dirt...

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  • Russian Caviar

    Russia, famous for its caviar. It's cheaper to buy here but you can't export it. So, for those who love it, remember to bring more US$ ;-)I didn't get to eat them in restaurants, as u know tour groups are never crazy enough to serve you caviar! Anyhow, you can get them in some of the bigger "tourist" stores.

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