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About the restaurant

There’s much more to Russian food than the ubiquitous blinis. But don’t take this word for it: head to Palkin, one of St Petersburg’s oldest and most famous restaurants. Founded in 1785, both Dostoyevsky and his fellow author, Nikolai Gogol (a renowned 19th-century foodie), dined here while pondering the next chapters of their classic novels about tormented Russian souls.
It’s the ideal place to pass a cold St. Petersburg winter evening, with its ‘imperial cuisine’, including black caviar, crab meat and sturgeon, as well as simpler, filling traditional soups.

Dishes from the menu of the restaurant "Palkin"



Our Team

  • Yuri Golov
  • Olga Goretskaya
    Pastry Chef
  • Evgeny Kozhukhov
    Restaurant manager