ou will be definitely surprised with the national traditional cuisine once you are in Russia. But let us tell you something – we offer you to get a chance and go further than this. Here is a list of few other cousins you would like to try while being here!
Georgian Cuisine. Our forever favourite one! Despite the fact Georgians were ruled by Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Byzantians, Ottomans, and Russians over the years, Georgian food remains steadfastly true to itself. Fruity wines, amazing rich dishes as khachapuri and khinkali… Even Russian poet Alexander Pushkin asserted that “every Georgian dish is a poem”! You can find a lot of georgian restaurants here – from tiny simples one up to posh and high class ones! Trust us, it will be a great experience!
Ukrainian Cuisine. Along with its culture, Ukrainian food have been famous around the world for its unique taste, traditional style, and the modern ways of serving. Ukrainian dishes are generously flavored (with garlic often the main seasoning) and, despite the contradictory tastes being used, come together in a harmonious blend. Go to one of many buffet restaurants and try as many dishes as you can! We promise you will find surprisingly interesting flavours for a reasonable price.
Uzbek Cuisine. It is one of the most savoury and various in tastes cuisine in Central Asia. All specific peculiarities of Uzbek food have been forming for centuries. Exotic, hearty, full of flavor, and reasonably healthy. Basically everything you want in your food.
Google the nearest “Chaikhana” restaurant and go there for a great central asian food. It has so much more to offer than just the famous plov (“pilaf”).