Yuzhno’s favourite sushi spot is a bit out of the centre, but the stylish bamboo 2nd-floor dining room is good for soba noodles and ramen (R410 to R550) and picking from the sushi conveyor belt after 7pm (from R180 …
Heavy inlaid wooden furniture and red tapestries set the stage for tasty chicken tikka massala, rich curries and fluffy naan bread.
This slick basement restaurant-bar has an extensive pub menu (including pizzas, pastas, seafood, steaks). Upstairs, stop in the cafe (open 8.30am to 5pm weekdays) for a coffee on the go. An expat fave.
Expats in the know head to this big dark-wood bar for cold beer and pub grub, famous seafood chowder and themed party nights.
This good, affordable stolovaya has excellent choices, and you can eat well for under R350. Free wi-fi.
Good supermarket, with tempting bakery items and hot prepared dishes.
Across from Pl Lenina, this casual Japanese spot serves up good but pricey sushi and sashimi platters, belly-filling tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlet), plus silky rich bowls of ramen, udon and soba noodles. The disco m…
One of Sakhalin's best bakeries with sticky Danishes, rich eclairs and other sweet temptations. Decent coffees and loose teas too. Not easy to spot from the road. There's a second Melnitsa 10 blocks north.