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    Nostalgia: Nicest Restaurant in Town!!

    by RoseAmano Updated Mar 9, 2009

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    The entrance of Nostalgia to the left is a cafe and to the right and 2nd floor is a souvenier shop and art gallery, respectively. At the rear of the inside of the cafe is a tiny, nice restaurant with plush velvety interior and nice Russian Dining. We tried typical foods, such as borscht, stroganoff and a type of Russian dim sum (forgot the name). We went back to try more the next day!!

    Address: 6 (or so ) Ul. Morskaya

    Directions: About a 3-min. walk up the street on the hill directly across Vladivostok Central Rail Station.

    Website: http://www.nostalgy.ru/

    Nostalgia Restaurant, Vladivostok
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    Izbushka: CHeap and tasty!

    by Prokonich Written Feb 13, 2006

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    Another good place to try Russian food. Its name means "old wooden lodge" and it is designed in half-Russian half-Ukrainian style. It has two rooms. We recommend to go in the second one, you'll have a feeling that you are seating outside wooden lodge on the porch. Very low prices, one of the lowest in the city. We like it greatly. Try Russian pancakes with different fillings there.

    Favorite Dish: panckakes
    borshch
    okroshka

    Address: 9 Fokina Str

    Directions: Arbat

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    Versailles: Most beautiful and gorgeous restaraunt in the city

    by Prokonich Written Feb 13, 2006

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    The most beautiful restraint in Vladivostok. Its elegant design, friendly stuff, impressive menu and best choice of good wine in the city make you forgive its quite high prices. We love this palce for celebratory atmosphere, high ceilings, beautiful staircases and good life music in the evening.

    Favorite Dish: everything, espesially Bassa fish with cream and black caviar souce

    Address: 10, Svetlanskaya Str.

    Directions: Downtown

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    Iguana Bar and Internet Cafe: Internet Cafe, and Regular Cafe

    by RoseAmano Updated Aug 22, 2004

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    African-themed located a basement shop, the bar and cafe is patronised by mostly young people, and there is a terrarium built-in a wall with a live iguana!

    A decent place to cool down (or warm up depending on season) with drinks and light meal, with English menu which is helpful.

    Past the cafe room is the entrance to the Internet room. A good place for you to catch up while on the road, or to try to browse Internet info. about Russia in your language.

    There are street musicians which perform there, on the right side of the photo. Usually, I'm not particularly inspired to comment on them, but one day I heard a woman (not glamourous - dressed grunge-style) on acoustic guitar singing modern haunting Russian folk music. She was remarkably talented, and I wish I could have heard more or her music, if she has recordings available for purchase, do let me know who she is please!

    Directions: As you are walking on Ul. Admirala Fokina away from the waterfront, go toward the end of the pretty pedestrian walk and look to your right.

    Website: http://www.iguana.vl.ru/

    Iguana Cafe, Vladivostok
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    Studio Cafe: Best choices out of many offers!

    by Prokonich Updated Feb 13, 2006

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    Very high-quality cafe and restaurant. Cafe is located on first floor offers to its visitors not just good coffee and best burgers in the city but decent services, vivid atmosphere and chance to feel taste of new Vladivostok.
    They allow to use lap tops inside.

    Favorite Dish: Burgers
    French fries
    deserts

    Address: 18, Svetlanskaya Str.

    Directions: Close to Arsen'ev museum

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    Nostalgia: Awsome place

    by five0rob Written Jun 25, 2004

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    I just loved this place. Up stairs is an art gallery and souviner shop. Pricy but its quality stuff. Downstairs is the coffee shop and behind the coffee shop is the dinning room. Great food! I would go to the coffee shop and read in the evenings. Again, if your an American, you'll get alot of attension. The staff there were very friendly and helped me make some local calls there. I had some problems making calls at the pay phones. This place is not far from the city center. May be a three minute walk up a small hill.

    Favorite Dish: I can't remember what I ate but it was good.

    Address: 1 Morskaya Vladivostok, Russia 690090

    Directions: I really could not tell you here.

    Phone: 4232-41-05-13 or 51-61-44

    Website: http://www.nostalgy.ru

    Nostalgia
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    Tochka Sushi: Russian style Sushi

    by salisbury3933 Written Dec 10, 2011

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    I don't normally eat Japanese cuisine outside of Japan, but I was quite interested to see how sushi was done in Russia.

    Was nice. Service was excellent, and I really enjoyed my meal here.

    They do have a number of other outlets in Vladivostok but this appears to be the main restaurant.

    Address: Ulitsa Pervaya Morskaya 6/25

    Directions: Just up the hill from the railway station

    Website: http://tochkasushi.com/

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    China Town: A not very Chinese China Town

    by salisbury3933 Written Dec 23, 2005

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    China Town is not especially Chinese as far as the food goes, but it was a good meal. Two bottles of 'shampanskoe' , beer, entrees and mains for two came to 1350 roubles, or around $45 US. Not too bad at all.

    Favorite Dish: Harbin Salad. Plenty of green peppers. Enjoyed the shashlik as well.

    Address: Ulitsa Svetlanskaya 150

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    i.e. Italian, Korean, Greek, Chinese etc.: International Cuisine in Vladivostok

    by RoseAmano Updated Mar 2, 2009

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    With the exception of Nostalgia restaurant for its Russian cuisine, in general the international restaurants have pleasant decor, but food is generally up to the strict standards of authenic standard.

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    Mauro Gianvanni Italian Cafe: Absolutely delicious pizza!

    by livfaith Written Mar 1, 2010

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    Upon entering this restaurant, the interior did not lead us to suppose we were about to have an unusually good dining experience - the décor is suck somewhere in the 90s and so is the music they play. However, the service was excellent and really fast and the pizza was absolutely delicious. So much so that we went back a couple of days later and unanimously voted it the best restaurant of our trip to the far east. Cost for a pizza was from 280 roubles. Menus also in English. Open 24 hours on Friday and Saturday and you are advised to book if you wish to come after 7 pm on these days.

    Favorite Dish: We tried four-cheese pizza (no tomato sauce, although you can ask for it). Home-made Italian sausage Pizza, Pizza with onions and peppers. Please be aware that pepperoni in Russia usually means spices not salami! Also if it doesn't list tomato sauce as one of the ingredients, it will probably not be there. However, these are Russia-wide tips and not exclusively for this restaurant.

    Address: 9 Okeansky Prospekt

    Directions: Opposite the ocean end of Admiral Fokina St

    Phone: (4232) 20 57 62

    Website: http://www.mauro-gianvanni.ru

    Pizzeria Mauro Gianvanni
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    Big chinese at Amursky Zaliv Hotel: Chinese? A fine experience too

    by Landotravel Written Oct 21, 2005

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    The hotel and the restaurant are in front of the sea, in a concrete soviet-style, bad preserved and somewhat lonely place. This meant a change of style but, as I discovered, not in food quality. Here, a problem was the infrastructure. As many places in Russia, including airports, toilets are awful and here there was not an exception and, when I was eating, lights went out during more than 10 minutes!. A tactic for loving couples? Not really, but russian precarieties.

    By the other hand the place was much more exotic than chinese restaurants I'm used to. And, of course, ruled by russian women. Nevertheless a chinese man was who prepared in front of me a delicious duck dish. Really, food was different from that of other chinese restaurants, much more "chinese" and lesser "occidental" and that was fine. A good experience too.

    Favorite Dish: It seemed to be duck is the typical dish in this restaurant. And it maybe, because it was really fine!

    Address: 9 Naberezhnaya Ul.

    Website: http://all-hotels.ru/h110389/hotel/index.en.html

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    outdoor cafes along the Amursky Bay boardwalk: Eating out in Vladivostok

    by dbrooks25 Updated Nov 14, 2004

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    Good restaurants did not seem to be in abundance in Vladivostok. -- perhaps I did not look hard enough. But I prefer to live like the locals as much as possible when travelling.
    Except for a couple of meals, I ate mostly at street vendors and local outdoor cafes. Prices were 50 cents to $1.00 for a blini stuffed with meat or a piroshikii (accent is the last syllable in Russian).

    Favorite Dish: I can recommend only one trendy restaurant, Paparazzi (just a block over from the sea side main road) look up the address in The Lonely Planet guide for Russia.

    Its a basement boutique cafe -- only the drink menu is in English but you can order pasta, ratatouille, potato dishes and a decent wine. Each dish comes with its own fork -- so you have to ask for an extra if you want to share dishes (as we did).
    For two kinds of medium large pasta dishes (both with cream sauce), a potato dish (grated with cheese, and ratatouille -- nice presentation and ceramics) and a bottle of wine -- it cost about 120 rubles each ($4.00).
    The bartender has a very dry sense of humor -- maybe that is one of the cultural features of modern Russians. There was a very humorous photo collage of two of their staff (both male) pretending to be fashion models -- mimicking the same artsy photographic poster next to it (two female models). Got the impression that the place was at least gay friendly or at least tolerant of diversity.

    Directions: Eastern side of city facing ocean side (east) runs the bay boulevard. You can't miss the boardwalk on the southern end

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    Seven Feet Yacht Club: Pricy but Quality

    by Nuclei Written Nov 23, 2009

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    The restaurant has very nice interior decoration with all sea related artifacts. There are two floors. The menu is quite rich local and European food selections. Also good wine selections.

    Favorite Dish: It was a red meat with East European style. Portions are very big.

    Directions: The restaurant is locaed near the Seven Feet yach club of Vladivostok.

    Website: http://sfyc.ru/en/rest/1/

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    Japan is here to stay

    by Landotravel Written Oct 21, 2005

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    As I could discover, gastronomy in Vladivostok is a very eclectical one: not only russian food but japanese, chinese, italian, etc. I don't really know if quality is a normal thing everywhere here, but the places I visited were fine all of them! Despite I discovered Vladivostok is not a cheap city, prices are not too expensive because this is a quality level you may find at occident but paying unless 50% more than here -or more- so I got very satisfied at last.

    Near Admirala Fokina I had dinner at a japanese restaurant, very clean and quiet, with good drink -good wine- and food. A thing I found amazing was something I saw here at every restaurants: despite the may be oriental, they are managed by russian people, over all russian women. If you see a japanese or a chinese man, he may be inside the kitchen or doing something specialized -at Spain every personnel inside a chinese restaurant is chinese too, of course!-

    In sum, good food, good drinking, good service -despite once time more nobody seems to speak english here- and not very expensive prices.

    Favorite Dish: I like japanese tempura very much and this place didn't dissapoint me.

    Address: Near the beginning of Admirala Fokina

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    I discovered russian food is superb!

    by Landotravel Written Oct 21, 2005

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    Near Amursky bay I had lunch in a very nice typically russian restaurant. Very clean and well managed. Good level anyway. Here I discovered Russia has many and nice fish dishes. and this is a goal, because I don't use to like fish very much!. But eating here scallop was a great experience. I took a chicken dish too, with a mix of vegetables they called as the spanish word "gazpacho" and this was funny to me -this one had nothing to be with spanish "gazpacho", that is a liquid dish; I think they must have called it "pisto" because the mix I ate was the same: a mix of cooked pimiento, tomato and so, with a marvellous taste-

    I really enjoyed this food, so from that moment on I recommend everyone russian food, of course!

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