What to do in Crimea? It is a multicultural region. People from 70 nationalities live here, Russians make up 58.5% of the population, Ukrainians 24.4%, Crimean Tatars 12.1%, Belarusians 1.5%, Armenians 0.4%. Also Greeks, Caraimes, Jews, Italians, Germans, Azerbaijan, Georgians, Moldovan, Polish and many others live in Crimea.
This fantastic mix of different nationalities and cultures benefits the variety of cooking styles and gives you an opportunity to taste something new every day.
An amazing Ukrainian restaurant in Sevastopol will offer you a beautiful fairytale atmosphere and traditional recipe dishes from salmon and pork.
Supplemented with salads and Ukrainian bread.
There are Russian restaurants in Simferopol and other Crimean cities in different styles which demonstrate different periods of Russian history. One of them is minimalistic Soviet restaurant “Moskva”.
And this restaurant represents the imperial age of Russia
With an additional dinning area in the garden
Offering not just traditional Russian food
But Japanese, Tatar, European and many other dishes.
There are also outdoor Summer restaurants opened from May to October.
Tatar and Caucasian cuisines are found in great numbers in many big cities such as Sevastopol, Simferopol, Yalta and many other smaller Crimean cities and towns.
Here you can enjoy Dolma, Shashlik, Cheburek, Samsi, Lagman and many more fantastic cuisines.
And famous Crimean wine, of course!
After visiting Crimea you most definitely will fall in love forever with it’s beautiful scenery, welcoming atmosphere and wonderful people, as we did…
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