"Everything I know about Siberia" is how one could describe the concept of this restaurant, located on the ground floor of the Azimut hotel. Some may say, however, that the owners have gone overboard with the decor – here you can see it all: valenki (felt boots), a stuffed deer, and light fixtures shaped as pinecones. On the other hand, newcomers to the region might appreciate the local touch.
The experience is complemented by a special vodka room. If your Siberian to-do list includes trying some vodka, you are in the right place. The menu features 50 different offerings, in addition to taiga berry infusions and polugars. In fact, the latter is good to start with if you are new to vodka.
The restaurant's menu is a meditation on the culinary traditions of Siberia. Without focusing on any particular period, #SibirSibir has collected the best dishes of all times. There is an impressive selection of game and northern delicacies, such as sugudai (a raw fish dish), meat in aspic, ukha (fish soup), and stroganina (raw meat shavings). And of course, there are Siberian pelmeni (dumplings) with all kinds of fillings: pike, deer, venison, and veal. Don't forget to buy some pine cone jam to take with you: it is a tasty and healthy Siberian souvenir.
Average check: 1000 rubles per person.