Located in a hotel by the same name, Park City is a 24/7 venue with European cuisine and an accent on local specialties. That means there’s lots of fresh fish and a great variety of meat delicacies. The hot and cold starters deserve special attention. They include an excellent cold meat delicacy platter with poppy seed veal roll, chicken rolls with prunes and dried apricots, roast ham in honey mustard marinade, turkey liver with demi-glace sauce baked with green apples, mushroom julienne with fresh cream and brie, and other delectable specialties.
Park City is located right in the center, but tucked just enough away from the major bustle. It’s a perfect place for an unhurried conversation, with a capacity to sit down only up to 50 people at a time and a classic interior with a post-Soviet flair, it is an equally suitable choice for a business lunch or a romantic dinner. A summer terrace with wicker furniture and a view of the River Don is definitely something to look forward to apart from the food, and there aren’t many other places where you can enjoy a quality dinner 24/7 in Rostov. You do need to walk through the hotel premises to get to the restaurant, but it’s not really that much of a problem when you know that there’s a decent meal and wine list, along with very friendly service inside to make you feel welcome.
It is not the trendiest restaurant of Rostov on Don, but if you are looking to try some decent local food (especially in the middle of night) and experience a more of an old school provincial setting, its worth a visit.