How does Lviv taste? Is it sweet like chocolate or flavorful like coffee? Or maybe it's bright and spicy, like Galician cuisine? Galician cuisine is dynamic and original because it was formed thanks to the tastes and culinary traditions of different nations that have lived here for centuries. It includes Ukrainian, Polish, Hungarian, Jewish, Armenian, and Austrian cuisines.
9 best restaurants
8 Shevska St.
8.30 pm - 9 pm
+38 098 224 44 44
A restaurant inspired by the history of the Baczewski family and known far beyond Lviv. The interior is in the style of the early XX century: three floors with themed halls, a greenhouse and elegant details.
The menu offers modern Galician cuisine that combines the culinary traditions of various nationalities that once lived here. The menu offers a unique presentation and exquisite gastronomic taste, as well as a large assortment of liqueurs of our production. We recommend trying duck fillet with cranberry sauce, Lviv-style zhurek and legumes.
The breakfast menu is open from 8.30 am to 11 am. It is a Swedish line with delicious Galician dishes.
The restaurant often hosts gastronomic and musical evenings, wine tastings, etc.
38 Rynok Sq.
Mon - Thurs 11 am - 11 pm
Fri - Sun 11 am - 12 am
+380 93 421 1141
It is a new Galician cuisine restaurant in the centre of Lviv. The atmosphere of Galicia is in almost everything around here: interior, food, and live music. By the way, "krumpli" is a fashionable word for potatoes. The menu includes dishes based on traditional recipes, speciality liqueurs of its production, and craft beer.
Today for lunch: stuffed cabbage with grated potatoes, baked trout, sycamore pie and sea buckthorn liqueur. It is a true gastronomic and aesthetic delight.
18 Valova St.
Mon - Fri 11 am - 8 pm
Sat - Sun 11 am - 9 pm
0322 546 155
It is a restaurant with an authentic medieval interior located in the beer taverns of the former Bernardine monastery. It reflects the tradition of a joint meal uniquely. The menu includes soups, desserts and good drinks. We recommend trying specialities: boar's rib marinated in honey with tomatoes, monastery borscht and andruti smeared with chocolate. By the way, the dishes here are handmade, only ceramics and glass.
Next to the refectory is the Museum of Ideas, which hosts exhibitions, performances, theatre installations, and more.
45 Rynok Sq.
9 am - 11 pm
The restaurant is located in one of the townhouses on Rynok Square and has quite interesting historical traditions. Atlias, in the early 20th century, was the best tavern in the city, and it was also a popular gathering place for representatives of the city's political elite.
For a delicious lunch, we recommend bograch, pstrug with lemon sauce, cherry strudel, and Lviv syrnyk. A cosy atmosphere and pleasant memories are a bonus to lunch.
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20 Rynok Sq.
11 am - 11 pm
+38 073 090 8998
A new gastronomic and artistic space in Lviv. A Barykada for those who have Okean Elzy, Onuka, DakhaBrakha or Boombox on their playlist. Here, the dishes sound in a new way. The menu is adapted from authentic Ukrainian recipes. Try the red or green borsch, black dumplings with pike perch, and cheesecakes with viburnum jam.
6 Vynnychenka St. | 10 am - 1- pm
2B Chornovola Ave. | 12 pm - 9 pm
18 Rynok Sq. | 12 pm - 9.30 pm
It is a beer restaurant with Galician cuisine and a battleship atmosphere.
The place has a colourful interior, delicious cuisine, local products and craft beer.
Order a lamb pie, fried cheese pies, and house-made sausages for lunch. The only way to top it off is with a glass of Kumpel. Be sure that Kumpel is always on guard for your satiety and gastronomic pleasure.
50 Staroievreiska St.
10 am - 9.30 pm
+38 098 732 1414
There is a Lviv atmosphere, Galician cuisine, aromatic coffee, and a collection of ancient piets. That's right; there are various samples of pies with unique tiles. You will warm up here! We advise you to try grated pierogi, golden-crusted ribs, and veal liver with cranberry sauce. And then you can have a few eclairs and a cup of tea.
25 Valova St.
10 am - 10 pm
Kindrat is generous with hearty lunches, treats, legumes, and even tinctures. It is a themed restaurant of Galician cuisine with original dishes, craft liqueurs and liqueurs of its production. The interior of the restaurant is stylized as Lviv in the 1930s. Music evenings are held here from time to time.
For lunch today: Figurine salad, lordly borscht, pstrug with caramelized celery and berry strudel.
352 Stryiska St.
Mon-Thu 11 am - 10 pm
Fri-Sun 11 am - 10.30 pm
+38 098 229 22 22
In addition to delicious cuisine, Mykola has its brewery, bakery, and a small trout pond. The menu includes selected local dishes, traditional Galician liqueurs and a cosy atmosphere.
Mykola, like a host, made sure that you were well-fed. Borsch, knedli, fliachky, andruty, and Lviv syrnyk is a real meals. There is a children's menu. The restaurant also has a shop where you can buy local craft products, sweets, wine, herbal teas, etc.