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IT Café

IT Café

This circular, wrap-around, open-all-hours cafe is the place to whip out your wi-fi-enabled device of choice and get connected, while sipping great milkshakes, smoothies and lemonade.

Stargorod

Stargorod

Rivers of beer cut through mountains of meat to the sound of um-pah music in this Kharkivite version of a Czech pub. There is a microbrewery on the premises pumping out fresh lager and ale, which contributes to the overall happy party atmosphere and triggers wild, table-crushing dances slightly more often than you need. A full-sized sheep or pig is grilled on an open fire each Saturday and Sunday.

Bukhara

Bukhara

The chef here fries up a mean plov (pilaf) and other Uzbek treats you won't recognise by name, but by ingredients. Most stick to the exotic-sounding salads and grilled meats, the staples of ex-Soviet Central Asia. The service here is very polite.

Adriano

Adriano

Brand-new Italian job in the Ave Plaza shopping centre complete with faux Roman columns, Venetian-themed frescoes, loud Ukrainian FM radio and affordable Appenine edibles, plus sushi.

Metropol Park

Metropol Park

Expensive and exclusive Metropol dedicates itself to gourmet European cuisine. Its popular outdoor terrace brings you eye to eye with the Taras Shevchenko statue across the street.

Irish Pub

Irish Pub

Offers exactly what you'd expect: plenty of beer (fine imports and inexpensive domestic lagers), sports on TV, a few strange Irish dishes and the chance to hobnob with Kharkiv expats.

Pivobar

Pivobar

Beloved English ales like Owd Rodger and Riggwelter, as well as its own numbered beers plus an encyclopaedic food menu.