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St Petersburg — By Ivan Stupachenko on April 19, 2010 at 3:59 pm
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A Good Ukrainian Restaurant

Puzata Hata is the name of an Ukranian restaurant that can be easily understood by any Russian, but I cannot accurately translate it into English. Well, Puzata refers to a situation when you can say “I’m full”. And Hata means a flat, but not an urban flat in jungles of glass and concrete. It’s a house in a village.

So, the name of the restaurant sends us to an Ukrainian village with nice houses, very large gardens and farms, delivering great amount of delicious food.

Since the restaurant is ethnic, interior is of a typical Ukrainian flat, and that’s really so, I visited Ukraine in the early 90s.  Sausages hanging under the roof, a furnace, waitresses dressed in national dressings and so on. Honestly, no big difference between Russian ethnic restaurants, I’ll cover them soon.

The cuisine is naturally Ukrainian. Borsh is the main course. Bacon is another national course, not as itself, but as a kind of snack. Cutlets are also good here as well many other dishes, which often can be met also in a menu of a Russian cuisine restaurant.

On Friday’s and Saturday’s evening there is a concert of national band here.

Located: Nekrasova-street, 40.

Open: 12.00-24.00

Average price is 1,00 rubles. It’s cheap.

Photo credit: www.afisha.ru

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