The train station reflected in its gilt onion domes, Chita’s bright turquoise cathedral is the city’s most impressive building, though...
If you’re on the Decembrist trail through Siberia, this small but comprehensive museum is one of the best, though there’s not a word of...
Kuznetzov Regional Museum
The unexpectedly lively Kuznetzov Regional Museum is housed in an early-20th-century mansion. Here you’ll find some pretty interesting...
This Europeanly stylish peaceful oasis of a cafe is good for people-watching from the big windows while sipping a beer or coffee and...
Nautically themed self-service canteen plating up Eurasian staples for prices so low they’ll shiver your timbers. There’s a fancier...
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Khmelnaya Korchma information
Plastic sunflowers, dangling onion strings, folksy embroidered tea towels and a menu of borsch, salo (pork fat), vareniki (sweet dumplings) and holubtsi (cabbage rolls stuffed with rice) teleport you to rural Ukraine. Live music, liberal helpings and a low-priced lunch menu (R150) possibly make this Chita’s best option.