Yekaterinburg has several of these inexpensive Uzbek restaurants, all with young staff attired in Uzbek caps serving delicious Uzbek specialities. Manti (steamed, palm-sized dumplings), soups, sausages and shashlyk …
'TGIF' is loud and boisterous, has staff who introduce themselves by name before they take your order, and kitsch decoration many will know from other branches. The food's capably prepared but it's the atmosphere th…
Stolle specialises in sweet and savoury Russian pirozhki (pies), which you can buy by weight at the counter for take-away or enjoy here in a relaxed atmosphere to the gentle twinkling of jazz music.
Located on the 51st floor of the Vysotsky tower, Vertikal offers a formal, upmarket experience of pan-European dishes and some steaks, and it's trump card: sensational views over town. Reserve ahead.
This large Georgian restaurant has a relaxed feel and is currently the best of its ilk in Yekaterinburg, serving a large range of soups, salads, fish and red-meat dishes and delicious shashlyk.
This upmarket café is the pick of the crop among the cluster of bars and eateries located in and alongside the Hotel Tsentralny building. The hours are useful for chilling out late at night.
Pozharka is popular for its range of 15 beers and vast menu of pub food, including seafood, red meats and poultry and lots of sausage dishes.
Each room in this elegant restaurant is decorated like a Russian country house, from the casual garden to the more formal dining room.