Cheburechnaya Café in Kostroma
This place looks like typical fast-food cafes in Russia about 20 years ago. Don't expect lovely atmosphere, beautiful interiors or a big choice of food. That's just all about "cheburek" - a well-known Soviet fast food that comes from Caucasus region but loved by many Russians.
It's pretty greasy and not healthy at all, but it's a perfect thing to eat when you are very hungry and don't have much time. It also costs almost nothing - 40 rubles for one cheburek.
Cheburek in Russia is as traditionally popular as burger in USA or döner in Germany, but not so trendy and hype. So if you have a chance, stop by and give it a try. As on the pic, fits very well to vodka and tomato juice.
Opening hours: 9.30 - 17.30 daily
Molochnye Ryady, 1Kostroma
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If you are tired of traditional wooden interiors and want to find a fancy European style restaurant, then Varavarabar is the place.
To see something typically local, try 'Slavyansky' restaurant, located in the Trading Arcades, that has middle-range prices (500-1000 rubles), depending what you order.
It's not a problem to eat in Kostroma, there are quite many bars and restaurants around the city, where you can have a dinner for around 300-500 rubles.