The photogenic salmon-pink backdrop to the Anichkov most is provided by the 1840s rococo Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace . Check the...
Built between 1741 and 1750, with input from a slew of architects, including Rastrelli and Rossi, the Anichkov Palace is now officially...
Maly Drama Theatre
Also called the Theatre of Europe, the Maly is St Petersburg’s most internationally celebrated theatre. Its director Lev Dodin is famed...
Following a beautiful refit this historic restaurant, first opened in 1871, is back to thrill a new generation of diners. This is the...
ul Rubinshteyna 12 · interesting places nearby
The first and only dedicated Thai restaurant in the city is a visual treat: the elegant street-level dining room is all white painted floorboards and linen tablecloths and embellished with gorgeous Thai furniture, while inside the feel is dark and moody. Whichever vibe you want to go with, it makes for a stylish place to eat out.
The enormous pictorial menu offers a mouth-watering selection of Thai classics. There's a 20% discount between 2pm and 5pm during the week, which makes it very reasonable.