Bistro on Malaya Morskaya 13
This place is really a godsend for a traveler tired of cultural program. It lies in the heart of St. Petersburg, 3 minutes away from St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Admiralty and 10 minutes away from Hermitage.
Even though it’s called a Bistro, the interior and furniture corresponds to a budget restaurant. You can use comfortable couches and big wood tables for 6 or small round tables for 4 persons.
This is a self-service restaurant – you take a tray, tableware and pick anything out of loads of dishes in a showcase.
Food is high-quality and cheep. Prices are for 100 gs, you pay depending on a weight you buy.
Here are some sample menu positions:
Popular Russian salad “Olivie” – 50 RUB for 100 gs
Vegetable salad – 45 RUR for 100 gs
Any soup – 50 RUB for 250 gs
Goulash – 65 RUB for 100 gs
It means that you can have a substantial meal with coffee or tea for 250-300 rubles.
Address: St. Petersburg, Malaya Morskaya street 13 (at the crossing with Gorokhovaya street).