If you’re after a cute little café to have your lunch in, head over to Le Café Jili Bili on Nevsky Prospect. Located on the corner of Nevsky Prospect and Sadovaya Ulitsa, opposite Gostiny Dvor, this beautiful café offers breakfast, lunch and dinner and even the ever-so-Russian Business Lunch! The menu has a wide range ...
Khutor Vodograi, meaning Village Waterfall in Ukrainian, is a delightful Ukrainian restaurant in St Petersburg, just off Nevsky Prospect and close to the Liden and Denz centre. It’s definitely worth a visit, and we can’t recommend it enough! The outside is stunning, with sunflowers climbing up the walls and along the railings, and stands out ...
Like any cosmopolitan city, St. Petersburg has a wide variety of dining experiences. You can easily find Italian, Georgian, Russian, Japanese, Indian and even, some of the best American cuisine around. No, I’m not talking about McDonalds or Carl’s Jr, but rather a Russian chain called City Grill Express. Coming from the United States and ...
After walking through the streets of St. Petersburg with a decent knowledge of the city’s history, it’s easy to notice the presence German influences all around town. Aside from the many names and words of German origin, there are also many cafés which draw inspiration from Germany. One such example is the rather new and ...
Just a couple of minutes away from Tavrichesky Park (Таврический Сад) is located one of the most particular and strange bars in St. Petersburg. Art-Café Sunduk (Арт-Кафе Сундук) will impress its visitors with a unique style with a mixture of soviet, hipster and kitsch. The Russian word “sunduk” (meaning “box”) is really appropriate: the bar ...
As a keen foodie who’s already lived here for five months, I have a few ideas of where to go when dining out in St. Petersburg. Here is my top selection which I believe caters for a wide range of tastes: 1) Teremok (Теремок) Russian cuisine The fast-food cafe is ideal for a cheap snack ...