Makovskogo St. 290
One of the oldest restaurants in Vladivostok Lesnaya Zaimka is located at the entrance to the city and is notable for having hosted such dignitaries as Leonid Brezhnev, Gerald Ford, Kim Jong-il and many others at its time.
The restaurant is a wooden tower built of oak logs and filled with Russian hospitality and cozy atmosphere of hunting manor. Russian, Caucasian and European cuisines are at the heart of institution's gastronomic offer. Here you can taste the specialties of bear meat, venison and Manchurian deer meat, as well as all sorts of pickling and famous soups cooked upon secret recipes. All meals should be without fail accompanied with exquisite drinks from the restaurant's rich bar list.
Live music sounds here in the evening, and the respectable hall turns into the area for sparkling shows during holidays.