Ethnic Ukrainian food is well-known all over the world for its tasty dishes which can conquer every foreigner. If the one is going to spend a couple of days in our capital, he or she should visit restaurants of local Ukrainian cuisine in Kiev.
«Destinations» shares with you the famous restaurants of Ukrainian cuisine.
This is the piece of Ukrainian traditions in the heart of Kiev. Guests can have a meal in wooden pavilion or on open terraces. An average check is about UAH 400. Restaurant is open from 12 a.m. and till the last visitor. There are a lot of tasty salads, first and main courses, desserts etc. in the menu
Address: 4, Parkova Alley
Telephone: +38 044 253 1724
“Puzata Khata” network of restaurants
If you get hungry somewhere in the center of the city and do not have a lot of time for lunch or having a bite, visit one of the “Puzata Khata” restaurants. They are conveniently located practically in every part of Kiev. Here tourists and locals can taste Ukrainian traditional foods and feel the unique atmosphere. Pay attention to meat and, of course, borsch.
“Varenichnaya №1“ restaurant
Ethnic food in Ukraine also includes vareniki (dumplings) with different fillings. The one can try vareniki with potatoes, mushrooms, jam or even fruits. Very tasty, we have to say. You can order a portion of this dish in “Varenichnaya №1“. This home restaurant is open 24/7.
Address: 28, Esplanadnaya Street
Telephone: +38 (044) 287-1539
“Stare Zaporіzhzhya“ restaurant
This is one of the most famous Ukrainian restaurants in Kiev. It is located in the center, in Podil district. Visitors can choose between local and European cuisines. National menu consists of various alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks along with different delicious dishes.
Address: 27, Sagaydachnogo Street.
Ukrainian Restaurant “Dikan’ka“ is famous for its snacks with national delicacy – lard. Moreover, there are borsch with pampushkas, galushki and a lot more in the menu.
Address: 4-a, Malishko Street
Telephone: +38 (044) 296-86-53
We suggest tasting a lot of Ukrainian dishes in Kiev and other cities and towns of the country. Sounds like a plan, doesn’t it?