Find out what Central European restaurants to try in Tomsk. Tomsk (Russian: Томск, IPA: [tomsk]) is a city and the administrative center of Tomsk Oblast in Russia, located on the Tom River. The city's population was 524,669 (2010 Census); 487,838 (2002 Census); 501,963 (1989 Census).
Things to do in Tomsk
3 based on 25 reviews
The cafe is found on the 3rd floor of the popular shopping centre "Izumrudniy Gorod". I liked the interior design with lots of small cosy details. The menu is quite large and include dishes of Italian cuisine - pizza, pasta, salads, lasagna, etc. We've tried pizza, it was good enough though I prefer thicker pan. They also serve a variety of delicious fruit drinks called "hot lemonade".The staff was friendly and helpful. The prices are a bit higher than average, but there are some good lunchtime offers valid from 11 a.m. to 16 p.m.In general I liked the place, though there is nothing special.
4 based on 58 reviews
We had only half an hour for lunch and decided to have it there. The restaurant is very stylish and modern in design. I would rather choose such a place to celebrate something there, not to have an ordinary lunch with colleagues. In terms of cuisine they serve a variety if European dishes, typical of different countries. I remember seeing Spanish paella and French onion soup. I've taste paella and roastbeef salad. Paella was tasteless but roastbeef salas was delicious.The prices are average, despite the stylish look of the restaurant, but of course it was a special lunch menu, so we've managed to have a meal for about 400-450 roubles.
4 based on 55 reviews
This is one of the best restaurants for youth in our city. There is very interesting interior. You'll be suprised that this building was a garage for trucks in Soviet times. I disagree that it's located in the center of Tomsk. However, its' location has a lot of advantages - quite place, big parking and near bus stop, and disadvantages: you can't find another restaurant, cafe or nigth club in close proximity and sometimes you should wait a taxi for a long time.It's better to book the table, but there are a lot of seats in this restaurant. I prefer table on the first floor, because music is too loud on the graund froor and it can causes a discomfort.In the menu you can find everzthing ever you wanted. I don't know anyone who was dissatisfied by this menu. The waiters are friendly enough. Beer and food is fresh and tasty.A lot of mz friends like to smoke a hookah here. They say that it's well-doing and you can smoke it for a long time.At conclusion I wanna pay your attention on the prices. To my mind you can't find another place with so low prices in Tomsk. Enjoy your visit.
4 based on 47 reviews
Stopped here for coffee and a bite. This place has a nice glass-covered terrace with a spacious layout and a children's play corner. There were some families having late lunch with the kids quietly playing. No bother for the other guests. Staff were friendly and spoke reasonable english.They have a wide selection of cakes. I picked the fruit forest pie which turned out well: crunchy, real fruit flavor, no gelatine and not too sweet. Prices are on the high end by Russian standards, but worth it.
4 based on 178 reviews
I was at Marle Bua last week, and I was positively surprised when I enetered and heard the sound of live piano music! But this is just the beginning, as looking around I noticed how nice the style and the interior design were.Then it was time to choose what to taste, and I apprecidated the wide choice offered. The food was delicious, not only for the way it was prepared, but also the presentation of dishes was very accurate. The service was excellent, a perfect balance between welcoming guests and being reserved at the same time.I was there on business trip, but the atmosphere inside the restaurant was perfect for a romantic dinner :-)I would definitely suggest this restaurant to everybody visiting Tomsk.Thank you for your feedback, we really appreciate it and will be happy to see you again in our restaurant!
4 based on 59 reviews
I was invited here by a friend of mine. She had some time on her hands so she went wandering in the centre and stumbled upon this lovely restaurant.As a matter of fact, I would have passed this place a million times before but never really properly noticed it. It hasn't got the huge colourful sign or fancy exterior. It's beauty is quiet and subdued.The person who invented the concept is genius. There are several rooms within, the interior is one of a library, hence the name. There are proper books everywhere, the ones you can read, not the models that were printed off yesterday for the sake of calling the restaurant The Library. Comfy armchairs are beckoning you to sit down and flick through this or that literature masterpieces.The food is lovely, albeit not the cheapest around, but this place is not designed as a cheap eatery in the first place.The location could not be more central but is still nice and quiet, you can get anywhere very easily from here.The nice touch of giving us our bill inside a book completed the experience for me.
4 based on 27 reviews
âKafedraâ is the first educational cafe. Cafe menu is represented by chefâs sandwiches, confectionery products, common varieties of tea & coffee and author's recipes. Work schedule is 24/7. Comfortable cafe is equipped with bar counter, lounge zone and se
Was passing through the city. Seeing the cafe on the way, went to have a cup of coffee. Very cozy, bright clean place. Bartender Anastasia made amazing coffee with a nice conversation. Pity that I couldn't get to the workshop, because of time.I will come here again next time in Tomsk.
4 based on 229 reviews
The guide book labels this as a pricy but first cabin restaurant. They are right on both counts. The food is excellent, the service is excellent and the prices are a bit elevated. The only poblem I had is that the tables have a cross supporting bar between the legs that really constrains both how close you can sit to the table and where you can put your legs. It was not comfortable, but I survived and it did not significantly detract from the fine food. We did not order a starter so they provided a complementary small dish of salsa-like dip and some baked bread bits. We did order soups, a tomato soup with big tomato bits in it (R259) and a very good borscht (R258), with a large chunk of beef in it. We got a nice heavy bread roll to soak up the last bits of soup (R15). I got a grilled pork hunk (R530) and a potato, cuke and tomato side (they call it a garnish but it is the separate veggies that you donât pay for most places but always seem to do at fancy restaurants) (R94). We both got a tea which was served at the end of the meal with about 200 ml of honey. Putting all that honey in the tea made it a nice desert drink. All in all, an excellent place and an excellent dinner.
4 based on 89 reviews
Lovely underground interior, a movie on jazz history was being shown at the time of our visit. We liked each meal we've ordered, the price was okay, overall a pleasant and positive experience. My only complaint would be that the waiters could have been more attentive.
4 based on 101 reviews
We've been there for the first time and have been surprised by comparatively high quality of the food. The cheese plate comprised Brie, chÃ¨vre and several other types of cheese. The point is that the cheeses on the plate exactly matched what was written in the menu (not typical for Russia where it is just hard to buy these cheeses). The grilled salmon was good, with fresh vegetables. The fried potatoes with mushrooms and onion were like in my grandma's kitchen! The Pesto sauce was not the Pesto at all though. The waiter was quite polite. Beer was not the best, but quite well. We spent about 1750 rubles (almost 40 Euro) for two. I would also say that there is not smth special in decoration inside. It could be smth a bit more original. Think, we shall return.
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