One of Ukraine’s best known wine-producing regions, Crimea traces its history of viticulture as far back as to the 4th century BC.
The idea of a creative space where you pay only for the time spend there seems to be getting more and more popular in Ukraine. Freud House café – the fourth pay for time place opened up in Kyiv, Kostyntynivska Street at Podil, three days ago. However it seems like even being not the first won’t make the owners lose.
Aram Mnatsakanov started his first business at age 38.
Chashka (Cup), a popular Chernihiv coffeehouse chain, has opened a place near PinchukArtCenter gallery in downtown Kyiv.
Kyiv has numerous affordable and great restaurants. But for those really looking to save money to buy Christmas presents for loved ones, the city center also boasts numerous places to fill a stomach for less than Hr 20. Here is a short guide to five places that serve fast and delicious food:
People refraining from meat in Kyiv have a tough time finding restaurants that cater to their dietary restrictions. However, one health-conscious eatery has now popped up in the center of Kyiv.
Kyiv's coffee market is becoming increasingly crowded, with unique little shops to large franchises opening some new location almost every day. And each one is looking for that edge to make them stand out. For Esperanto, its bringing a wide range of Italian tastes to those craving more than just a good espresso.
The little cafe near Lvivska square first opened in December last year and quickly gained popularity among the capital's residents. The place's specialty is that, in addition to cappuccino and a sandwich, clients can also purchase Italian products at reasonable prices – an idea that came to the director after a visit to Italy.
A hunky guy draped in silky red cloth and little else can be found on many advertising light boxes in Kyiv. His job is to lure ladies to a new venue in Kyiv. The place will have strict gender control: no men allowed.
It takes nine hours to fly from Kyiv to Beijing. Getting a taste of Chinese food, which the world knows as fast, fresh and inexpensive, is much faster.
But how Chinese is the local Chinese cuisine?
As well as being big on entertainment, the Kyiv club scene is big business – more than 25 established clubs in the city limits easily generate more than $10 million annually and provide direct employment to around 1,000 people.
You think it’s nothing special when you walk into Tomatoes, a tiny new eatery on Symon Petliura Street near the main railway station.
Kyivans, always hungry for a new culinary experience, will be pleased to hear about Botsad (short for Botanical Garden), the latest gastronomical addition to the city’s menu of restaurants.
The African style Kaffa coffee house is located in a cozy corner of Kyiv’s Independence Square. But the construction of a multi-story house in front of it, which started several years ago, eventually deprived the café’s fans of their pictouresque view.
Editor’s Note: Eating out in Ukraine is a gamble. To bring you honest
food reviews, Kyiv Post writers go to restaurants unannounced, pay for
their own meals and never accept favors from restaurateurs.