A popular Irish pub with democratic prices. Very extensive and varied food menu. More than thirty varieties beers on tap – from Ireland, Europe and Russia. Live music on weekends.
Cozy and very stylish restaurant near the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Spit of Vasilievsky Island. European and pan-Asian cuisine, great selection of beer and craft cocktails.
While visiting Degtyarnaya bath house, pay a call on the Chechil restaurant and relax away from the city noise.
Forget about cutlery, put on the gloves and enjoy a meal using your fingers in an international cuisine restaurant right next to the Sennaya Square.
"Baklazhan" offers Caucasian cordial hospitality and real tongue breakers. Here you’ve got the whole package: grilled meat, fresh vegetables, nice snacks and unmatched Caucasian spices.
This a new standard for fast and healthy food. Budget restaurant with various and tasty dishes.
For those who want to visit the capital without leaving St. Petersburg there’s a restaurant just two steps away the world culinary hits, and a view at the city’s main avenue.
Designer cuisine with a trendy spirit is to be found at the Marata Street. The glass dome and a summer terrace provide a fantastic view at the city.
A tribute to the Georgian culinary, the most popular items of the Megrelian menu – kharcho, chakhokhbili, khachapuri – are cooked here like nowhere else except Georgia.
Georgian, Imeritian, Armenian, Gurian, Mingrelian, Svanetian and Adzharian cuisine nicely get along within the space of Mamalyga restaurant, five minutes’ walk from the Kazan Cathedral.
A secret apartment restaurant with Soviet home cuisine. Here you can taste the best borsch, cutlets and pirozhki (individual-sized stuffed buns). And right in front of you is the heart of St. Petersburg – the Peter and Paul Fortress.
The first restaurant in Saint Petersburg opened by the famous English chef Jamie Oliver is located in a two minutes’ walk from the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood and the Russian Museum.
The interior of this restaurant reminds of Tsarist Russia and the menu offers delicacies cooked according to ancient recipes. Located 200 meters from the Gostiny Dvor.
Try exclusive Russian wines, samogon (homemade liquor) and vodka while tasting delicious traditional snacks and listening to live music in the evening.
"Ukrop" – chain of secular vegetarian cafes originally from St. Petersburg, founded in 2012. At the moment "Ukrop" is four places in historic center with a chef cuisine, eco-friendly design and the city's first RAW menu.
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