- Address9 copr. 2 Komendantsky av., Saint—Petersburg
PlushkinThe name of the restaurant – the Plushkin – says it all, that this place has the best pastry! Appetizing, like freshly baked buns with gorgonzola, or mouthwatering, like cookies from the pastry chef.
- Working hoursSun-Tu: from 10 am till 1 am Fri-Sat: from 10 am till 6 am
- Average check1 500 rub
- Cuisine and mealsEuropean, Japanese, Caucasian, Italian, Russian, confectionery, Asian
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About the restaurant
Whatever you choose, the Plushkin is perhaps the best place to make a small break in shopping and treat yourself to a cup of cappuccino and something sweet.
Strolling through the "Promenade" mall, it is impossible to miss this place. Own bakery with wide choice of fresh pastries and homemade sweets, extensive menu of iconic dishes of European and Asian cuisine, large terrace, hookahs, live music in the evenings and children's culinary festivals on weekends.
The Plushkin is the place where all the things we hold dear have been brought together. Its interiors invite to communicate – together with its pastries and cakes, buns and biscuits.
Cute tweed sofas and chairs, plenty of wooden surfaces and the details, which do not catch one’s eye at a first glance, but nonetheless create an atmosphere of a home style feast, cozy and incredibly tasty.
The Plushkin is the place for your favorite meetings!
Restaurant’s interiors Plushkin up close. Be inspired by designers’ work, their attention to details and original atmosphere.
The human nature can be surprising. Some cannot cook a simple meal, but some have the cooking talent in their blood – comes from family heritage and being harnessed since early childhood. When one looks at how the grandmother skillfully makes delicious dishes, its hard not to get impressed. It’s incredible how she can masterfully slice a salad, cook a soup and fry a main course – all at the same time. The grandmother’s skill captivates and motivates for future culinary experiments.
It was the grandmother who became the first mentor of the future chef at “Pryanosti&Radosti on Belinskogo” restaurant – Aik Veyshtort. He learnt the basics of cooking under her supervision – at the age of 12 – and got good at it too. Just in a year he got his first job at Alexander Faus’ kitchen.
Aik believes that the main things about any type of work are non-stop development and self-perfection. During his career, he has never missed an opportunity to learn something new from the stars of global culinary art. His professional “baggage” unites the experiences of the world’s best chefs – which he learned during training classes in Moscow and abroad. He’s particularly proud of having been able to train with one of the world’s best chefs – the Argentinian maestro Adrian Quetglas.
Aik Veyshtort has a lot of professional achievements and triumphs under his belt. He is am honorary member of Kiev’s Association of Chefs, member of Belogorye’s Culinary Society, as well as ranking “golden Chef” in Astana. In 2013, he catered to the country’s top leaders and those of UNESCO. Aik sticks with oriental cooking traditions, which he learnt from his grandmother back in the childhood, as well as looking into current culinary trends. Being the chef of “Pryanosti&Radosti on Belinskogo” restaurant and “Skoro Vesna” wine bar, he develops new dishes as well as surprising the guests with vibrant treats, opening a new look on traditional products! CLOSE
Vivid pictures of our menu’s most popular dishes, which you can try at our restaurant
Necessary information and location for those planning to visit Plushkin. Convenient map, landline numbers of the restaurant and delivery service.
9 copr. 2 Komendantsky av., Saint—Petersburg
+7 (812) 640-16-16
Sun-Tu: from 10 am till 1 am Fri-Sat: from 10 am till 6 am
Komendantskyпр. 0.1 km
Staraya Derevnya 2.2 km
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