Everyday restaurants

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This is a literary cafe and books are everywhere - you can read them here or buy them to go. There are also many board games sure to keep large groups of guests happy. The chef takes a serious approach to food: there are no trivial salads, but plenty of parsnips, celery and smoked cod. The healthy soups made with baked beetroot, leeks or broccoli are delicious. There are also pasta dishes, teriyaki chicken, beef with foxberry and cod with shiitake mushrooms. The room is always full of foreigners as Zoom can be found in any travel guide.
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This franchise of low-budget comfortable cafes seems to espouse the same ideology as the ubiquitous Ginza Project with its many restaurants - the menu includes dishes from around the world, capable of satisfying almost any request. Some of the items are Russian beetroot salad, Nicoise salad, steaks and sandwiches, burritos and paninis, wok stir-frys, pasta dishes and brioches.<br />
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The charismatic chef Jérôme Lorie has long left St. Petersburg and the kitchen of the restaurant named in his honour is now ruled by a talented Almaz Iskakov - winner of the Hell’s Kitchen TV show. The menu brings together
Japanese oysters and Voronezh steak, duck breast with oyster mushrooms and oats in the risotto style.. There are pizzas, pastas - and they are all excellent.
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This is a great spot on the corner of Sadovaya and Inzhenernaya Ulitsas with lots of nearby museums, bars and stores. You go in through a cargo shipping container and discover two light and pretty rooms that are reminiscent of Berlin cafes. The menu is a mix of pan-Asian and American cuisine: chicken or beef burgers, spring rolls, spicy coconut milk soups and Pad Thai.
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There are many Stolle pie cafes in St. Petersburg. This particular one is open at Konyushenny Sidestreet. Each Stolle cafe is set with Viennese chairs, decorated with dark wood panels and vintage photos of St. Petersburg in the beginning of the twentieth century. The menu is the same: yeast-dough pies with cabbage, rabbit meat, herring, cottage cheese, apples, dried apricots, lemons and much more. You can eat right there or take away - either a piece or a whole pie. The salads are nothing to write home about, but their sorrel soup, ukha fish soup, pike perch a-la Polonaise and pelmeni dumplings can be an excellent lunch.
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Rooms overflowing with books, albums, pictures, board games, toys, china cups, cozy sofas and soft blankets create a very hearty atmosphere at Teplo. Summer terrace is available in warm weather months. The menu includes generous servings of borsch soup and Russian salad, fried codfish and fish meat balls, huge pork chops and chicken cutlets.
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Thirty square meters (300 sq.ft), five tables, no more than eighteen guests - this is Sup-Vino restaurant and bar for you. There’s lots of wine, which is surprisingly inexpensive. If you drink white, check out Riesling, if it’s the red you want, go for Valdepeñas and Nero d’Avola. The choice of one of eight soups is much more difficult, since all of them are really good, with highlights in the form of French onion soup and Finnish salmon cream soup, Indian tamarind and Tom yum soups. There are also salads, pasta dishes, chicken, mussels, shrimp and Pad Thai.
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This place is ideal for a country lunch turning into dinner: plenty of parking space, green lawns, a birthtree grove, bend of the river, a spacious two-storey house with fireplaces and terraces, hammocks, swings and table tennis tables. The interior designers used natural fabrics and plants and the walls are adorned with wooden elk heads and teddy bears. Ryba na dache is good at any time and any season, so book your table ahead of time. All of Aram Mnatsakanov’s restaurants are run with certain rules in mind: the visitors are expected to switch their mobile phones to silent mode, while the company of seven or more guests has an extra 10% added to the bill. The menu is based on home-style Italian cuisine, but the majority of guests order pilaf, lagman noodle soup, chebureki meat pies, shashlyki kebabs and fish, which is smoked on premises.
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You can’t have a hipster place without burgers. Here you will find some classical ones and some variations - Italian burger (with sun-dried tomatoes) and vegetarian burger (falafel, hummus and baked paprika). The jovial waitresses also serve curries, borscht with smoked meats, crepes and huge salads.
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