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Discover Saransk: Where to Eat
February 21, 2018 16:17


An insignificant number of public catering outlets with delicious dishes are the only complaint expressed by the city residents themselves. By the way, all city cafes and restaurants open at 10 a.m., confusing those who arrive in Saransk on morning trains. Those who arrive at 7 a.m. have nowhere to eat in the city, if you do not know that there is a hotel titled “Sura” and the Japanese restaurant “Taki Maki” working this early at a distance of 10-15 minutes walk from the railway station.

National cuisine can be appreciated in a restaurant named, respectively, “Natsionalny” on the main Sovetskaya Square.

You should order “kersez” - chopped meat, baked with potatoes, “medvezhya lapa”(“bear paw”) - a kind of cutlet of pork, liver, bread and eggs as well as pancakes on millet flour. Then drink some “poza” - an alcoholic beverage made from of steamed beetroot.

National Mordovian dishes are also served in the “Slavyanka” cafe (4 Kommunisticheskaya Street), “12 chairs” cafe (4 Lenina Avenue), “Yolki” (59A Kommunisticheskaya Street), “Mordovia” (24 Rossiyskaya Street), and in the “Teatralnoe” Cafe. A hall of national cuisine has recently opened in the “Restaurant on Moskovskaya”.
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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