Restaurant Chekhov

Location

St. Petersburg
Russia
59° 57' 58.05" N, 30° 18' 51.6456" E
RU
General info: 

Restaurant Chekhov has kept the spirit of the past times in pleasant surroundings, on one of the biggest islands in St. Petersburg. The restaurant is a bit further from the main city attractions, but the visitors all agree it’s worth visiting. The style of the interior gives the right insight of the life from the city’s golden era. The service is also at the top level, offering traditional Russian dishes and what most tourists find interesting, homemade beverages.

Getting there: 

The restaurant is situated at Petrogradskaya side next to Lev Tolstoy square in: Petropavlovskaya str. 4
The Petrogradskaya station is the closest metro station.

Costs: 

Average restaurant prices; for example Chicken Kiev 590RUB, Grilled beef tenderloin 790RUB.

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