Being a local, I am bound to acknowledge that only few Minsk restaurants keep good standards with time. Kamyanitsa is one of these few. It has been a landmark national cuisine place for many years now and I still enjoy visiting it from time to time and bring foreign partners and friends here to get them familiar with local food and hospitality. Personally, I immensely enjoy the 4 soups, draniki, machanka, cold cuts and local liquors. Although the staff are not trained as one would expect from upscale restaurants and only few would speak foreign languages, the girl-waitresses are very helping, hospitable and knowing of the menu. Belarusian folk music and the interior complete the right atmosphere. Prices are more than reasonable. Menu in English is available. Smoking inside is not allowed.
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