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Slavyansky The restaurant opened in 1998 in the centre of Rostov on the Northern side of the Kremlin. Soon it became very popular with Rostov, Yaroslavl and Moscow citizens as well as travelers from other countries.read more>

Address: 8, Sovetskaya Ploshchad, Rostov.
Phones: (48536) 6-22-28, (48536) 6-07-65
E-mail: slava@v-rostove.ru

This is one the oldest Rostov restaurants. Teremok is located in the central part of the city. The restaurant serves traditional Russian cuisine. read more>

Address: 9, Moravskogo Street
Phone: (48536)6-16-48

Trapeznaya palata The restaurant is situated on the territory of the Rostov Kremlin. Trapeznaya palata serves a wide range of European and Russian dishes, drinks desserts as well as an individual menu. read more>

Phone: (48536)6-28-71

The restaurant is located close to the Moscow-Rostov motorway, right at the city limit. Two cozy halls and a patio. The guarded parking. There is bar in the restaurant. read more>

Addrees: 202 km of Moscow-Kholmogory motorway.
Phone: (48536)7-65-88





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