Offers trips to Altai, including Mt Belukha, and can help sort out a range of awkward permits. The staff speak English.
It bills itself as a jazz bar but the lineup rums the gamut from jazz and blues to trash rock and grunge. Whatever is playing, this...
Rustic interior and traditional Russian food at great prices. Try the kvas . Can get smoky and noisy in the evenings (beer from R75).
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This upmarket stolovaya (canteen) is popular for a reason – hip and cool with groovy tunes and piping hot Russian staples like bliny (pancakes) and borsht at dirt-cheap prices. They even have beer on tap (from R80).