St Petersburg, Russia

Close to St Isaac’s Cathedral, this cosy, eclectic restaurant is a hit with locals. At the fore is a farm-to-fork menu of new Russian cuisine from chef Igor Grishechkin. Expect modern takes on the classics – using produce from Leningradskaya oblast – that are often playfully disguised as something else. It’s a tad theatrical, but the flavour combinations stand up. Dishes tell the story of Russia’s history, from a salmon ice-cream cone in a porcelain hand to rabbit dumplings with vegetable broth, spicy Baltic sprat, thistle soup and acorn tiramisu. The ‘Anna Pavlova’ dessert roots you firmly in St Petersburg.

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Voznesensky Prospekt 6, Admiralteysky District, St Petersburg, 190000