Don't let Izba's cutesy log-cabin-with-folky-embroidered-curtains interior fool you – this restaurant at Solovki Hotel serves the most sophisticated fare on the island, from cod poached in milk and expertly grilled …
Open to nonguests, this friendly hotel cafe serves inexpensive, tasty dishes from filled bliny (wheat pancakes) and grilled fish to hearty solyanka (a soup made from pickled vegetables and potato).
This small, cosy cafe to the right of the Solovetsky Transfiguration Monastery serves fish soup that is usually made from that morning's catch, as well as a range of basic dishes.
Russia and European food is served in this unassuming restaurant and bar in the basement of the Solovetskaya Sloboda hotel.
This passable stolovaya (canteen) dishes up standard belly-liners.
Signposted simply as ‘Produkty’ (Продукты), this is the island’s best-stocked grocery store. The noticeboard at the entrance has advertisements for local apartments for rent.