Side Trips from Moscow Restaurants

You'll find relatively few restaurants in many of these towns, largely because Russians don't dine out that frequently. The most reliable restaurants are in hotels catering to tourists or, occasionally, in downtown locations near main tourist sights. This is slowly changing, and some of the restaurants outside hotels can be quite cozy.

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  • 1. Russky Dvorik

    $$$$ | Eastern European

    This spot right across from the Lavra draws lots of tour groups, who are served traditional fare, including golubtsi , meat cooked inside cabbage...Read More

  • 2. Grillage

    $$$$ | Russian

    Live music, a decent alcohol selection, and a menu of traditional Russian food makes this place popular with locals. Favorites include borscht...Read More

  • 3. Skovoroda

    $$$ | Russian

    Ukrainian food is the specialty at this pleasant eatery not far from the Tolstoy estate. Try borscht, the traditional Ukrainian soup served...Read More

  • 4. Voronka Cafe

    $$$ | Eastern European

    Ukrainian food is the specialty: try the borscht , a traditional Ukrainian soup with garlic bread, and follow with cherry-filled vareniki...Read More

  • 5. Zolotoye Koltso

    $$$$ | Eastern European

    This restaurant popular with locals, offers live music, a decent alcohol selection and a moderately-priced menu of traditional Russian food...Read More

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