According to Sol’ (sault) National restaurant award this place has got into “the top 5 meat restaurants” in 2015. This rodizio format steak house, unusual for Ukraine, is located in Pechersk central district of the city. Rodizio means "Eat all you want".
There are not many kosher restaurants in Kyiv unfortunately, so you don’t have a big choice of where to go. We mention the most famous of these places. Most probably, the situation will change in the nearest future and new restaurants will appear in Kyiv.
“Kanapa (Sofa) is a dream. This restaurant as a top of mind place. I planned to make Ukrainian gastronomic restaurant based on my own vision just after successful launch of "Barsuk” (Badger), my first restaurant,” says the famous Kyiv restaurateur and brand chef Dima Borisov.
What can be better than a start of a new day in a cozy café with flavored coffee and hot croissant? But if you have no time for this ceremony in the morning, it is a right time to make a coffee break during a day and enjoy 20 minutes of rest.
There is a very special restaurant that can become one of your favorite places in Kyiv if you like to travel and to taste something new while the voyages. It is located on Pankivska street. We will talk about “Lubimy Diadia” (Beloved Uncle) restaurant.
A pioneer of post-Soviet Era of Real Estate market in Ukraine, Terry Pickard founded his company way back in 1992. During those 25 years, Pickard Real Estate & Asset Services has opened a line of specialized divisions, offering services in brokerage, leasing, and property management. Sure enough, Mr. Pickard faced multiple challenges of opening and sustaining business in a foreign country, yet he managed not only to overcome those, but find one more passion in his life. By founding The Connoisseur Club, Terry Pickard gathered fans of exquisite fine dining, who review various cuisine restaurants in Kyiv. Now he shares his challenges and achivements while living in Ukraine as well as his expectations about the future.
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.