A "Lamp Light" restaurant with European and Far East cuisines on the main pedestrian thoroughfare in Vladivostok.
A delicious home-cooked meal and warm conversation is waiting.
Far Eastern cuisine with a contemporary presentation.
In Vladivostok there is more diversity in these spicy Korean sides than in Korea!
Classical american steakhouse for those who want to have a rest from seafood.
Molluscs, echinoderms, crustaceans, cephalopods, and seaweed.
They serve grouse here! «Lesnaya Zaimka» is a culinary and historical monument for the Soviet era.
Here, the taste of the Far East is in every dish, from appetizers to liquor.
For those whose soul needs a celebration as well as Chinese food. A no less important bonus – here it’s possible to bring your own alcohol.
Romance with a view of the Golden Bridge, fresh seafood, and live music.
One hundred and fifty wine products at affordable prices, raw oysters, and cozy hearth atmosphere.
Culinary delicacies of Dmitry Lyubimov and the atmosphere of Provence in the historic center of Vladivostok
A restaurant is not a festivity, but a place where you can eat plain, tasty food every day.
Burger Bar by Day, Trendy Meeting Place at Night
Seasonal menus, oysters and scallops, wild game, fresh herbs and vegetables from their own greenhouses. And the sea that is a few steps away!
A small family coffee shop with a truly gastronomic approach to coffee.
Modern Eastern cuisine with a western perspective.
The yachting heart of Vladivostok; a place for ideal sunsets and fresh seafood.
A classic English tearoom in the center of Vladivostok.
The legendary trendy cafe, which opened in the early 2000s, is located in the city's center. It is still popular and managing to change along with the public's tastes.
Rule number one — reserve a table in advance!
Here you can order a drink just like this: “I’d like to have something not too strong but that would get me tipsy, with a hint of bitterness and the smell of summer. Something exceptional... Like the moon, you know?” and a bartender will mix a wonderful concoction to soothe your mind.
Kafema is home to more than 40 varieties of coffee, a coffee berry compote, Russia’s only Slayer coffee machine, and handsome coffee baristas.
There is a great variety of Korean restaurants in Vladivostok, ranging from a casual North Korean café with singing female servers to a South Korean elite restaurant, where the Korean Consul himself is a regular.
The most popular Vladivostok street food, surprisingly, is healthy food.
The best fast food in the downtown: an unusual, healthy, delicious, and inexpensive food with free refills on drinks.
"Meet me in Chifanka"! Going out to a Chinese place is a special tradition in Vladivostok.
Vladivostok, with its gastronomic diversity, is known for a multitude of styles of Japanese cuisine, which is why you need to know the “right” place to go!