There are also other cafes in the town:
Irina (17 Ostrovsky Street)
Tel. +38 06262 5 42 74;
Absolute (6 Ostrovsky Street);
Krylo ("Wing") at 1 Ostrovsky Street;
Korchma ("Ukrainian Inn") at 12 Kamyshev Street;
Cossacks’ Farmstead at Donets Embankment;
Golden Font at Lake Bannoye ("Lake Bathhouse");
Lux Pizzeria at 46a Ostrovsky Street
+38 06262 5 33 34
+38 095 222 59 00
7 Ostrovsky Street
Tel. +38 050 675 99 31
3 Ostrovsky Street
Favorite Dish: Ukrainian varenyky;
The restaurant's name is Zolota Kupel' in Ukrainian.
It is located in the Seversky Donets Embankment in front of the city beach and Mount Artem.
The restaurant has a big common hall and several detached log cabins that serve as private banquet halls.
The restaurant has a gate to the beach (a smoking place) and a big cage for birds to the left of it.
Favorite Dish: no dishes yet, only a pint of local beer
This is a new restaurant downtown.
It is richly decorated and has several terraces. One of them has a huge picture of Grand Canyon.
The statue of a white horse greets you at the entrance.
In the evenigs you will enjoy live music: Live Jazz, Disco, Country, Funk&Soul.
They also have VIP tables and water pipes.
Favorite Dish: I haven't eaten there yet, only had some beer.
We had lunch at this forest cafe on our way from the pilgrimage.
The cafe is called after the Cunning Fox, a hero of many Russian fairy-tales. She was renown for her tricks and was called "Patrickeyevna".
The cafe has tables right in the forest and a hall with five tables inside.
They offer a lot of local dishes cooked in the open fire.
It was nice to sit outside and have a picnic.
We were allowed to eat everything we brought with us.
We only had to pay for renting a table and for drinks.
Favorite Dish: Russian borshch.
We had lunch at this cozy cafe located at the crossing of Osrovsky Street and Shevchenko Street.
The cafe name means Wing.
It has a terrace outside and a hall inside.
We sat outside and had a bite doing some people watching.
Favorite Dish: mushroom soup and varenyky