Find out what Fusion restaurants to try in St. Petersburg. Frequently referred to as the "Venice of the North," almost every palace and state building in this grand city was constructed by an Italian architect. Saint Petersburg is Russia's most westernized city, with no ancient history, it looks very contemporary - just as it was meant to be when Peter the Great founded it in 1701. Some say that living in this "northern capital" is like living in a museum.
Things to do in St. Petersburg
5 based on 175 reviews
Lunch is an integral part of any trip. Home Cafe "TEPLO" organizes complete meals for tourist groups, which are with the excursion program in Peterhof. We are pleased to offer delicious, varied and inexpensive meals (a few options to choose from). If nece
Atmosphere is great: very cosy. It's devided it several sections, decorated differently, but it doesn't make it too bright.Really great food, but we were a big party and in the evening it took really long.We all had meat - it was excellent.You can order in advance, it should solve the problem. For a party of four i think, they'll do it fast wirhout preorder.
4 based on 367 reviews
We visited Mr Bo following Trip Advisor reviews. I had checked the menu for prices but not the prices of the wine menu. The cheapest bottle of wine was Rubles 2300 or Â£29. It was a dry white wine. Our friend had reflux to certain wines so we had to select a dearer wine. Unfortunately there were only a few other wines at Rubles 3 to 4000 and they went up and up in price. Rubles 16,000 was not out of order. There were no red wines in the Rubles 2000 region. I think there were about 3 or 4 wines at Â£46, ours was Â£57. It was a McLaren Vale Shiraz that would have cost Â£7.50 to purchase in the UK so I assume a little more in Russia. Hence we only had one bottle of wine between four. The food was good but the portions were quite small. On returning to our four star hotel we ordered a pleasant bottle of Italian wine for Rubles 1200 (Â£15) and a pizza to fill one of our guests up. I was surprised there were no house wine options. The restaurant was full so I guess Russian diners have more exposable income than other nationalities. Wine in the supermarkets was not as outrageously expensive so it was all mark up. Good food but expect to spend as much for one bottle of wine as the food for four people. Unless you are teetotal give it a miss. What a shame because the food was excellent.Pam F, thank U for the feedback!Prices on wine depends on exchange rate. I suppose U know it.Shiraz paxton AAA cost 24 Â£ in the shop (winesearcher). Not 7.50.Have a nice food and wine!Best regards, Mr.Bo
4 based on 142 reviews
We had a lovely dinner at our very last nite at St Petersburg. Very friendly service and it's nice to observe the chef putting together food with so much passion and love. Very thoughtful menu :) no English menu but waitress helpfully explained everything. As with many places in Russia they goal hit heavy on the cream.
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