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Considered the toughest reservation to secure in St. Petersburg these days, Birch is about a 15-minute cab ride from the Astoria or Four Seasons.
Bar at Caviar Bar & Restaurant, St. Petersburg, Russia

Caviar Bar & Restaurant

Exquisitely dressed diners are at ease among the marble, velvet and gold wall décor, sipping vodka recommended by the city’s first vodka sommelier.
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This glamorous restaurant of Russian celebrity chef Matilda Shnurova has just been named as one of the best 50 restaurants in the world.
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EM Restaurant

EM takes the concept of a chef’s table one step further, as the restaurant feels like a ground floor apartment where the chef cooks in an open kitchen.


An excellent choice for lunch before or after visiting the Peter and Paul Fortress, this stylish restaurant boasts dramatic views of St. Petersburg's vista.

Kuznya House

Set on New Holland island Kuznya House is a charming restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and delicious food and a modern-continental menu.
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Luce is a sophisticated Italian restaurant just around the corner from the Grand Hotel Europe with lovely views and excellent food with a refined vibe.
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This restaurant on the roof of an office building boasts a knock-out terrace outfitted with hammocks, gazebos and chaise lounges. There is even a sand box where kids can play while their parents linger over a summer lunch and rosé. The Italian food conjures Capri or Sardinia. There are excellent pizza and pasta dishes as well as delicious grilled fish and cheeses flown in from Italy. Don’t miss the homemade lemonade.

Interiors at Percorso, St. Petersburg, Russia


Refined Italian cuisine in a sexy dining room in the city’s most opulent hotel, and it is no surprise that tables here are among the toughest to book in a status-obsessed city. The dining room is broken up into a series of rooms so all areas feel intimate and have views of the cathedral and square. The corner room was used as an office by architect Montferrand while he was building St. Isaac's Cathedral. Today the cuisine is made mainly with ingredients shipped from farms in Italy and prepared in an open kitchen, where homemade pasta and risotto seemingly always simmer.

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Dine at the Indagare-reviewed Severyanin restaurant in St. Petersburg, Russia for classic Russian cuisine, a cozy atmosphere and unique literary history.
Interiors at Sintoho, St. Petersburg, Russia


The pan-Asian restaurant in the Four Seasons is named for the cities of Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong.
Food at Stroganoff Steakhouse, St. Petersburg, Russia

Stroganoff Steakhouse

Stroganoff offers a break from the gold-leaf glamour of many St. Petersburg eateries with a simple, hearty menu served in an industrial-style dining room with exposed brick, black-and-white photographs depicting pre-Revolution Russia and lots of taxidermy. The English-speaking staff is helpful in navigating the Russian and international menu of stchy (cabbage soup)—with or without vodka, whitefish, rye bread or pickled cucumbers—Argentinian and Australian steaks and veal chops. The dark-wood central bar is a place to linger with a glass of wine from the extensive wine list and parents can retreat to large leather banquettes while children are entertained in the kids’ playroom.

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