Summer is the perfect time to enjoy your meals and drinks while comfortable sitting at a cozy and refreshing restaurant’s terrace. Check the top 3 summer terraces in Odessa, the city where summer season already starts in May!
Photo: Vapiano Ukraine official Facebook page “Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano”! According to an Italian proverb, if you have an easy-going and relaxed approach to life, you’ll live more healthily and longer. This is exactly the attitude that lives every day in every Vapiano restaurant around the world, including Vapiano in Kyiv.
Photo: One Planet Official Facebook page One Planet vegan restaurant has recently opened in fashionable and atmospheric Vozdvizhenka neighborhood. This place in Kiev will please all the vegans and vegetarians as well as satisfy curiosity and break some stereotypes of those who do not stick to plant-based diet.
New Rojo Ojo restaurant in Kiev will surprise the capital with unexpected, original combinations from Mexican and Latin American cuisine, hot cocktail mixes, 24/7 format and democratic prices. Sounds too good to be true, isn’t it?
Hospitable, cozy, cheerful and romantic Georgia is best known for amazing landscapes, beautiful ancient architecture and delightful cuisine. Check out top 3 Georgian restaurants in Kiev to taste real Caucasian cuisine and enjoy the unforgettable atmosphere.
Photo: Food Market Official Facebook page Food Market is a new dining concept in Kiev with a constant location that serves street food, uniting all the best and most popular dishes of pop-up cuisine at one place.
Ulichnaya Eda (Street Food) festival is the biggest and most crowded gastronomic event in Kiev. The following season’s opening will be held on April 16, 2016 at 11am and will last up to 11pm of the next day. Lots of restaurants’ stands as well as pop-up food trucks along with nice music are waiting for you at Platforma Art-Zavod.
Photo: Dima Borisov Official Facebook page Dima Borisov’s love for gourmet food inspired him to create the Gastrofamily network of restaurants located in Kiev, Lviv and Odessa. Each of them has an original concept and specialized cuisine. The big opening of Bar Mushlya restaurant in Odessa is taking place on April 8, 2016.
Photo: Call Me Cacao! Official Facebook page Opened more than a year ago, mono-kiosk with real boiled cocoa drink, which has grown into a full Call Me Cacao! Café in Kiev, located in the romantic Podil district.
Photo: Nikka Bar Official Facebook page Nikka Bar in Kyiv is an attempt to bring the Japanese drinking culture into the life of the Ukrainian capital. Simply talking, this is Kyiv with a taste of noble Japanese whiskey.
Photo: Noodle vs Marketing Official Facebook page Noodle vs Marketing is a new promising place to eat in Kiev. It serves ramen - Japanese noodles in broth. Evhen Mykhailenko, Former Revolution Grill Chef, developed a minimalistic menu that sticks to Japanese ramen shops style.
The gastronomic event of the year in Ukraine, the Osteria Francescana style dinner from the best Chef of Europe (Italy, Modena) Massimo Bottura, will take place on April 7, 2016 at Lypsky Osobnyak restaurant in Kiev.
Recently, a new member of Gastrofamily network has opened in Kiev. The new RONIN restaurant in Kiev has an original concept, as all of Dima Borisov’s restaurants, and a completely new cuisine style for Ukrainian capital – a mix of Peruvian and Japanese. Check it out!
Times when petrol stations were just a place for a fast snack and a cup of low quality coffee went away. Now a lot of them are spots with good cuisine and places for real rest while your trip. Meiwei restaurant at OKKO petrol station is really worth visiting.
The birth of a child is a miracle that is awaited with trembling and anxiety. The joy of the soon appearance of the baby in this world is closely intertwined with the excitement of the birth itself. Parents-to-be are worried about how and where to give birth and if a couple is foreigners in Ukraine, then their excitement, as a rule, is multiplied by several times, and very often reasonably.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations expects the world population to reach 10 billion people by 2050, which will boost demand for food. Can Ukraine leap at the chance and become a key player in the food market? What windows of opportunity are open today? Vladyslava Rutytska, a member of National Reform Council, vicepresident of SigmaBleyzer and AgroGeneration, has shared her views on these and other topical agribusiness issues with us.