If you enjoy Armenian food, then Drivan is considered to be one of the best restaurants in St. Petersburg. The ambiance is entirely authentic, with Armenian place settings, furniture and art setting the mood.
There is live classical duduk music performed six days a week as well. If you've never tried this cuisine, consider the tasting menus. Or, choose from the classic kufta ground veal, spas soup, arishta noodles, tolma and shashlik skewers or the traditional beef brains with olive oil. In addition to their wide-ranging wine list, they also offer vodka (of course) and Armenian aravat, akhtamar, vaspurakan and nairi.
Housed in the orangery of the Yelagin Palace, this fascinating museum is home to a large display of... Read more