This small, local chain specializes in clean living and meatless cuisine, regardless of which continent the food comes from. Indian, Italian, Georgian, and even Russian dishes make it to the menu, but no alcohol is served. The whole place is smoke-free, perhaps the only such venue in Petersburg. Try the fresh pastas or the mixed fruit-and-vegetable salads. The house specialty is a strange potato-tofu-cheese casserole. Decor is pseudo-Indian, the atmosphere is laid-back to the extreme, and the prices are low.
Troitsky Most has two locations north of the Neva, one on up-and-coming Vasilevsky Island, and the other near the Peter and Paul Fortress.
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- tel: 812/715-1998
- Zagorodny Prospekt 38
- St. Petersburg
- Daily 11am-11pm
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