Eating Out

The post-Communist space has seen a blossoming of food culture in recent years. Not only have locals acquired tastes for world cuisine, they are also rediscovering and taking delicious joy in their own traditions. Perhaps most importantly, locals are now starting to demand value, quality, and good service and, with the increasing competition in the local food services industries, they are starting to get it.

Explore your options for eating out in: Moscow; St. Petersburg; Irkutsk; Vladivostok; Bishkek; Kyiv; and Warsaw.

4 Places for the Best Pierogi in Warsaw

What’s the best way to warm up and spend a free evening in Warsaw? In my opinion, nothing is better than finding a small pierogarnia (pierogi restaurant) and sitting down to a plate of delicious pierogi, hot beer, and good company. Poland and pierogi are practically synonymous – and for good reason. Pierogi, often rendered […]

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