Reviews on Fast Food food in Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai, Russia. Vladivostok (Russian: Владивосто́к, IPA: [vlədʲɪvɐˈstok] ( listen), literally ruler of the east) is a city and the administrative center of Primorsky Krai, Russia, located around the Golden Horn Bay, not far from Russia's borders with China and North Korea. The population of the city as of 2017 was 606,589, up from 592,034 recorded in the 2010 Russian census.
Things to do in Vladivostok
4 based on 160 reviews
It's a combination of Peruvian and Mexican food. The food is really good. Every time I've been there the owner was working the order/check out station. He speaks English well and loves to speak English, in case you don't know Russian a big bonus.
4 based on 834 reviews
Yes. Here you can find everything according to your taste: real craft beer that has its own history. This is DAB. Amazing burgers grilled on famous Josper grill. Limited series craft beer imported under special order. Unique atmosphere inspired by New Yor
We had read about it and wanted to try. It was packed with Korean tourists who had been lining up outside before opening time. Again, that is the problem with these newly open Eastern Russian cities (Koreans don't need any Visa to go to Russia!), there are more tourists than available services. Dear Guest! Thank you for your feedback! We are always glad to all our guests, regardless of their nationality.
4 based on 29 reviews
It isn't so easy to spot...but once you are in then all is good. Go upstairs, but watch out for the low ceilings.The pizzas come out hot, tasty (although the tomatoes on the margarita were a little acidic). But a couple of 30cm pizzas, fizzy drinks and around a thousand roubles is decent.Only negatives are the pizzas could do with another 30 to 60 seconds to crisp them up....but a decent stop for a snack.
4 based on 57 reviews
I visited Republic for dinner with my girlfriend in Vladivostok, expecting a tacky chain restaurant more than the canteen it ended up being. You walk down a flight of stairs, and end up with a bar on the left side, a kitchen area to collect food in the middle, and seating and tills on the right. At least some of the food was made to order though, instead of being premade. The variety isnât huge, but thereâs a fair few noodle dishes for reasonable prices.The noodles are described as Udon, but they are more just the normal Chow Mein Chinese noodles instead of real Udon. The stir fry was tasty, and good value for the price, but like everywhere in Russia much too small. Two portions would be too much, but one is not enough.The bar staff were friendly, and seemed to be the only staff that spoke English at all. They had a small selection of three beer: light, dark, and red, also for a reasonable price - but there are cheaper offers elsewhere. This is more somewhere that I could come back to for drinks, rather than food, which is odd as the setting is still based around a canteen style eating, instead of a real bar. In all, the establishment seems a little confused what it is trying to be because of this.
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