Fodor's Expert Review Pushka Inn

City Center

The extensive menu includes blini (pancakes) with caviar, homemade pelmeni (meat dumplings), borscht, and vareniki (a Ukrainian dish—dumplings filled with all kinds of stuffing, such as cabbage, cherries, and mushrooms). The name is both a play on Pushkin's name and the Russian word for cannon—which explains the military-theme paintings and the miniature cannon near the entrance.

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14 nab. Moika
St. Petersburg, St.-Petersburg  191186, Russia

812-312–0957-reception

www.pushkainn.ru

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