Taleon Restaurant (Nevsky prospect, 15)
The gastronomical Taleon Restaurant is your first choice for fine dining in St Petersburg, Russia. It’s festive atmosphere, impeccable service, an extensive wine list, a collection of rare brandies, the best Cuban and Dominican cigars and high-class European cuisine will satisfy even the most demanding of guests. Its Master Chef Alexander Dregolsky will enthrall you with his superb renditions of continental cuisine.
Victoria Restaurant (Nevsky prospect, 15)
Located on the 6th floor of the luxury Taleon Imperial Hotel in St Petersburg, the Victoria Restaurant is named after the Ancient Roman goddess of victory. The restaurant’s terrace offers a beautiful panorama of the famed roofs of St. Petersburg, the interior is in a grand style and the traditional Russian cuisine from chef Vyacheslav Vasilyev matches the concept of the restaurant perfectly.
Gastronomic Griboedov Bar (Moyka Emb., 59)
In Gastronomic Griboedov Bar in St Petersburg Georgian chefs prepare the best dishes from their national cuisine. Come to appreciate Satsivi, Khinkhali, Kharcho and Khachapuri and enjoy the wonderful way that Georgian cooks use lamb and goat in their cooking – tender and spicy.
Russian Empire (Nevsky prospect,17)
Restaurant-palace of Graf Stroganoff. One of Russia most celebrated, prestigious and iconic restaurants. Dishes of Russian Imperial cuisine to the recipes of Count Alexander Stroganov. The three luxurious dining rooms each have their own individual atmosphere and all are decorated genuinely in the finest style. Diners eat from Gianni Versace porcelain plates and drink wine out of Bohemian crystal glasses which surrounded by 24-carat gold ornaments, in what once was part of Stroganoff Palace. The wine and cognac list is extensive and exclusive: an armagnac from 1812 can be ordered just by the spoonful!
Mansarda (Pochtamtskaya street, 3)
«Mansarda» is located in the center of Saint-Petersburg on the 6th floor of Quatra Corti business center, in a refurbished historical house of Shuvalov count. Designers of the place are PiuArch (+ARCH) studio, famous for collaboration with Dolce&Gabbana fashion house. The interior represents the symbiosis of the latest technologies, fashionable tendencies and urban comfort. The menu includes the hits of traditional European, Italian and Asian cuisine.
Receptoria (Admiralteysky prospect, 10)
Restaurant “Receptoria” is the exceptional place in every way: a refined French and Italian cuisine, an elegant interior, respectable atmosphere. Laboratory of taste, as “Receptoria” is called by experienced citizens and visitors of the city, constantly introduces new trends of gourmet cooking.
La Maree (Suvorovsky prospect, 34)
A member of the international “Chaine des Rotisseurs”, La Maree is a high quality fish and seafood restaurant. The extensive menu features the freshest and most exclusive products in Russia, live and chilled fish, fresh seafood and delicacies delivered daily by plane but never more than 3 or 4 hours travel time away. The restaurant features the most extensive selection of Russian fish in any restaurant in the country.
Old Customs House (Tomozhenniy per., 1)
Located in an 18th century warehouse, Old Customs House is one of the city’s finest restaurants. Every detail in the restaurant is thought over to create an ideal setting for a refined dinner. Quite a small number of seats (compared with the territory the restaurant occupies) guarantees the necessary seclusion. Vaulted ceilings and wooden partition with stained-glass windows reflecting the lights create the atmosphere of coziness and warmth.
Luce (Italyanskaya street, 15)
Located on the top floor of the Grand Palace gallery the restaurant is filled with air and sun. The huge panoramic windows and glass roof create a feeling of flight. A unique view of Art Square, Savior on the Blood Cathedral and picturesque roofs opens. Soft cozy interior pastel shades created exclusively of natural materials: leather, linen and wood. The menu is a collective image of the Mediterranean. There are well known dishes of various regions of the south coast but all of them are masterfully interpreted. A cozy solar atmosphere, fresh cuisine and a perfect meeting place in the downtown.
Tsar (Sadovaya street, 12)
Tsar, as its name suggests, sets out to make its guests feel like real Russian royalty. Drinks are served in fine crystal glasses, old portraits of noblemen cover the walls and even the toilets are encased inside giant leather-lined thrones. The Russian cuisine on offer is first rate – no doubt Nicholas II himself would have loved the Pozharskaya cutlet a la Pushkin. The staff, food and atmosphere here is a real lesson in imperial elegance. Menu includes dishes from the 18th and 19th centuries that were served at Imperial receptions. The historic interiors of the building remained untouched and were restored in detail. The menu is conducted by chef Roman Vasiliev. The wine list is perfectly set up by the professional chief sommelier, Denis Mikhailov.