Located on the site of a 19th century restaurant that served Dostoevsky, Chekhov, and Tchaikovsky among others, Palkin is a byword for luxury and refinement in St. Petersburg. While the gypsy floor-show and extravagant historicism may not be to everyone's taste, the restaurant maintains its gourmet reputation with a mixture of traditional and modern French and Russian cuisine that costs a fortune but is generally worth it.
|Cuisine:||European, French, International, Russian|
|Prices:||Very expensive ($101 and over)|
|Features:||Banqueting, Deliveries, Free Wi-Fi, Good View, Reservations Recommended, Romantic|