St. Petersburg

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Italian
Nevskiy
4 reviews
It seems as if you could touch the cupola of the Kazan cathedral from the open-air terrace of this stylish and glamorous "place to be seen. — Fodor's
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European
Nevskiy
2 reviews
The food, as you might expect, is highly traditional: beef Stroganoff, which comes highly recommended; ukha (fish soup), served with homemade bread; olivye salad. — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
The name evokes the last days of Imperial Russia, and the era is celebrated in low-key, comfortably elegant surroundings. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
Recently, many meat and seafood options have been added by popular demand: there are now lots of grilled-fish options, as well as classics like beef Stroganoff and meat dumplings. — Frommer's
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Russian
Petrogradsky
3 reviews
Wicker furniture, handwoven napkins, and a birdcage with canaries and finches add to the flavor of an early-20th-century Russian country house. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
Originally opened in 1785, Palkin was where the richest Russian aristocrats and the most famous intellectuals preferred to dine in prerevolutionary St. Petersburg. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
A haven for local Armenians, and named after an ancient region in modern-day Turkey, this restaurant serves sizzling beef stew and a tempting variety of expertly cooked kebabs. — Fodor's
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Russian
Admiralteisky
2 reviews
The larger plates are simple and filling: borscht, beef Stroganoff, and chicken Kiev, the restaurant's specialty. — Frommer's
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Seafood
Vasilyevsky Island
2 reviews
Meals are exquisitely prepared, with such choices as duck breast, accompanied by pan-fried foie gras with white beans and black truffle, and black-cod fillet on a cushion of saffron and fennel. — Fodor's
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Russian
Petrogradsky
2 reviews
You'll pay a slight premium for classic dishes such as borsch and pelmeni but it's all done so well you probably won't care. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Admiralteisky
2 reviews
Dimly lit café, whose appealing food attracts hipsters and others; the gourmet burgers, including a vegetarian falafel version, are a highlight. — Frommer's
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European
Admiralteisky
2 reviews
Its prime location on the corner of Palace Square and the Moika River makes it rather touristy, but the fare is decent and filling and the prices are not as high as they could be in this locale. — Frommer's
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Cafe
Nevskiy
2 reviews
At this soothing place to take a break with a good view of Nevsky prospekt, you can enjoy coffee, ice cream, and scrumptious cakes, or a whole range of traditional Russian and European dishes. — Fodor's
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European
2 reviews
From the first bite of baguette you'll be transported, and the seasonably changing menu is full of soups, mussels, quiches, and other bistro favorites. — Fodor's
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Israeli
2 reviews
The city’s best place for traditional Jewish cooking, which is served in hearty portions. Profits go towards food for elderly and needy. — Lonely Planet
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European
Admiralteisky
2 reviews
The three-course-plus-a-drink business lunch is an excellent value, and accordingly popular. — Fodor's
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European
Liteyny
2 reviews
This haven for vegetarians and those seeking lighter dishes serves excellent soups, pastas, sandwiches, and dips. — Fodor's
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Vasilyevsky Island
2 reviews
Sumptuous décor and beautifully presented international menu, not to mention the fantastic city views from the two-hour cruise. — Lonely Planet
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