This canteen-style place is the eatery of choice for local office workers, and for good reason: the food is well prepared, the atmosphere is convivial and you feel far from the bustle of the busy street outside. Ord…
A cosy cafe that offers everything you might want, be it a large meal or a light snack, tea, coffee or one of the many alcoholic beverages on the menu. It’s good for breakfast, lunch and especially a predawn chill-o…
At first glance Art Café appears deceptively formal but in spirit it's a relaxed and quite informal hang-out both night and day. Expect Russian and international favourites.
Although its speciality is hot chocolate, this cafe is also good for a bagel, wraps, sandwiches and especially soups and light dishes. Wi-fi is fast, staff are friendly and in summer it has a marquee.
For famous Astrakhan watermelons and other fruit, try this market in Kryusha. Marshrutky 1, 52 and many others run out here from Oktyabraskaya pl.
This cafe does good salads, sushi and meats, with great views of the river promenade. Staff are young and friendly.
Stalls full of fresh fruit and vegies, and lots of fresh and smoked fish, as well as breads, meats and cheeses.
This market, between Sovetskaya ul and pr Lenina, stocks everything from Astrakhan watermelons to Volga fish.
The colourful, sprawling central market is good for stocking up on snacks or just for browsing.
Head to the market for fresh fruit and art nouveau elegance.