With a preference for tradition over culinary experiments, Yekaterinburg is still bound to surprise you with quality and variety. Below is a our shortlist of dining spots to check out when you are in the heart of Urals.
Eclectic menu, panoramic view of the city from 177 meters above ground, a cigar bar and an open kitchen is what Panorama A.S.P. has to offer. The menu is European and Japanese: from smoked goose borscht to tempura shrimp and black caviar — we said it was eclectic — the quality is erratic, but you just may hit a gem!
A fine dining restaurant with a strong passion for everything Italian – they even produce their own soft Italian cheeses: homemade burrata, mozzarella, ricotta, mascarpone and scamorza accentuate state-of-the-art dishes. Italian recipes with a twist in a lovely setting.
A 20-year wold veteran of the scene, this Irish pub is well known for the bustle on Friday nights and a touch of Soviet culinary arts on the generally European menu.
Authentic Georgian cuisine from an authentic Georgian chef. Homemade wine, goat cheese, and rose petal jam flown in from Gerogia, 12 types of shashlyk (kebab), and delectable specialties in a warm-hearted atmosphere.
A high-class restaurant that once hosted Angela Merkel and Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian President at the time. Deer pelmeni, seasonal specials and farm rabbit sous vide from the trademark chef.
An Indian joint with an extensive menu, including the vegetarian selection. Curry and chicken masala are decent, but mango and panir salad and cinnamon-anise lamb mashhurda are simply top-notch. The floor is open for dancing in the evenings.