Family dinner or evening with friends —
choose a restaurant for any occasion
The traditional Russian song about Katyusha invokes good spirits. “Katyusha” is the genuine home-like restaurant.
The original Italian-style restaurant, which combines a trattoria and a bakery.
Strip Loin, Rib Eye, Fillet-Mignon and tender ribs. Would steak-lovers come forward please – meat rules the table here!
A small Italian mansion in the historic center of St. Petersburg. Spaghetti, truffles and Carpaccio! Questa ? l'Italia!
Summer all year round at the SunDay Ginza!
This d is democratic bistro of The Ginza Project’s pilot project that is the trending on New Japan with sushi, hand rolls and fresh rolls, snacks from Gunji Hiroyuki and sake line.
“Dvor Pomidor” is a spacy restaurant at the “Piter Raduga” mall.
The Puri restaurant’s pride and joy – dishes of Caucasian and Uzbek cuisines, cooked with love in accordance with traditions
Spicy flavor of good living – brought to you by the 4th “Pryanosti&Radosti” restaurant, on Vasilievskiy Island!
MamaLyga bar — Tasty in Georgian way!
If a mountain doesn’t walk towards Magomet, he walks toward it himself. “Baklazhan” is now open on Lesnaya!
Forget everything you’ve known about restaurants: Ginza Project opened a genuine food factory at the “Piter Raduga” mall.
Terrassa restaurant is in the very center of St. Petersburg, just a stone's throw from Nevsky Prospect, on the sixth floor of a business center.
The mysterious and tempting world of the Orient with its nourishing flavors, vibrant colors and vivid fantasies
The Jelsomino Cafe – sing like you’ve always dreamed to!
Family restaurant with the traditional Georgian cuisine and southern hospitality
Homemade cuisine from the Caucasus, cooked with a lot of soul at the Mamaliga restaurant on Kazanskaya Street
What can be more attractive than youth?
Spicy taste of a joyful life at the second Pryanosti & Radosti restaurant ? on the Petrogradskaya Side!
The first pyshka cafe by Ginza Project is open at Griboyedov channel embankment, right next to Sennaya Square.
All the juicy dishes of Megrel cuisine – Khachapuri, delicious Chakhokhbili and, certainly, Kharcho soup are available for you 24 hours a day at our restaurant!
The restaurant, overlooking the gulf, is located in an old mansion. Home-made food made upon acclaimed Ginza Project’s recipes, quite comfort – typical for the pastime of celebrities in the Silver Age.
A cozy oriental restaurant LarisuVannuHochu located on Nauki avenue is inspired by the famous film Mimino.
Each visit to the Tsar restaurant is like a dive into the history of traditional Russian cuisine in its most exquisite form.
If Peter the Great ever decided to build a restaurant, it would have been the Korushka - the place with a view of the Vasilievskiy Island, right next to the Petropavlovskaya Fortress, by the bustling waters of the Neva.
The large Suli Guli restaurant is a stronghold of family comfort and warmth, since its name is translated as "Soul and Heart" for a good reason!
The combination of elegant and modern space, which opens a striking panoramic view on the city’s historic center
The restaurant where all the things we hold dear have been brought together – coziness, family-kind service and delicious homemade pastries.
In the traditional interiors of the Brichmula restaurant you will be treated to selected and classic flavors of Oriental dishes.
When was the last time you truly enjoyed eating meat as they do it in Latin America?
Visit the Luzhaika summer restaurant to rest and have an outdoor meal, without leaving the city
The first smart self-service restaurant with diverse cuisine at the very heart of St. Petersburg.
Panoramic restaurant, overlooking the bustling Vosstaniya Square, serving European and Pan-Asian cuisines
The Volga-Volga is a first class restaurant located on a motor boat with an open deck.
Please welcome the new, delicious and highly-anticipated “Mamalyga” restaurant – now also in St. Petersburg’s south!
Some things don’t change. And that is good.
Culinary delights from the Caucasus and Uzbekistan in the very heart of the city.
”Maimun” means monkey in Megreli Georgian.
The spicy taste of a happy life together with this restaurant by the Ginza Project!
Welcome to the place where the lace curtains embrace you at the entrance, hospitable cracknels twist around the samovar, and the cuckoo clock strikes to greet you.
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