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The restaurant "Nakhodka" has opened on Konyushennaya Square

At the Konyushennaya Square, the Nakhodka fish restaurant began operating in a technical mode. This was reported on the official website of the institution. This is a new project of the founders of the restaurants "Floor 41", MeatHead and "Bird's yard".

Nakhodka Seafood & Bar


Address: Konyushennaya square, 2

Working hours: 12: 00-23: 00, from Thursday
Saturday to 01:00

Smyrerebrydy

With herring -150 rubles

With sprats -180 rubles

With mackerel - 180 rubles

With squid and baked tomatoes -
220 rubles

Snacks and salads

Baltic herring with potatoes -
320 rubles

Mackerel with baked potatoes and horseradish -350 rubles

Smoked Cod Salad - 350 rubles

Salad with vegetables and shrimp -490 rubles

Pickled Mussels -590 rubles

Assorted shrimp - from 1 050 rubles

Crab opilio - from 1 350 rubles

Idea: Nakhodka is another example of a relatively inexpensive fish restaurant, the fashion for which is gaining momentum in St. Petersburg. Among the features of the institution is an interest in regional fish specialties. In addition to shrimp, mussels and crab, the menu also included a place for mackerel, sprats, cod liver and Baltic herring.

Food & Drink: The menu includes a line of black currants, simple appetizers, fish soups and hot dishes that are cooked on the grill. The bar card contains sixteen draft beer positions, including two branded varieties that are brewed to order, and a large selection of wines of Russian, French, Spanish and Italian brands (from 1,900 rubles per bottle).

Interior: The restaurant’s interior is concise and simple, it uses designer furniture in the Scandinavian style, spectacular paintings on open masonry and natural materials: leather, wood and brass.

Watch the video: THE RESTAURANT Ep #1 (April 2020).

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