Ternopil Oblast (Ukrainian: Тернопільська область, translit. Ternopilska oblast; also referred to as Ternopilshchyna - Ukrainian: Тернопільщина, Polish: Obwód Tarnopolski) is an oblast (province) of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ternopil, through which flows the Seret River, a tributary of the Dnister.
Things to do in Ternopil Oblast
4 based on 44 reviews
I think it is the one of the best places in west Ukraine. Very delicious food and plentiful choice. The big choice for vegetarians. This place doesn't positions itself as vegetarian but there you can find very delicious brand dishes without meat. Also prices are very cheap. And place is situated in centre of Ternopil. Also you can try there Ukrainian cordial - very good as for me. And the best thing is thee desert - "Cyc'ka" ( "tit" in translate)
Also I want to highlight the waiteress Ulyana ! This beautiful, pleasant and unobtrusive girl read our thoughts and was fast and almost invisible. I almost didn't notice her but our orders appeared insensibly in some magical way. She is the best waiter ever.This place is full of tourists and students from morning til evening. I strongly recommend to visit this beautiful place to all guests of Ternopil. My great thanks to bar Koza and especially to beautiful Ulyana.
4 based on 25 reviews
A lot of time ago this place was perfect pizza restaurant.But now they are not so well.Pizza has a medium taste,in Ternopil there are a lot of place where you can eat better pizza.I recommend this place only in one case - if you need...Moreспасибо за замечание, мы исправились и делаем пиццу лучшей в городе) приезжайте в гости
4 based on 35 reviews
A nice place at the lake is the reason, why in this restaurant always are a lot of guests.
They have normal drinks like every restaurant in Ternopil. But the food is realy boring!
Most the same food like in 90% of Ternopil restaurants. somtimes better, sometimes worse.
For Schaschlik you must wait about 40 Minutes, but the waiter was friendly and recommended me to take another meal, because you have to wait to ,long time.
I had a Steak. The steak was heated the second time but the price was for a fresh steak.
An aweful taste of Glutamat or another mixture of industrial herbs, terrible.
To have a drink there or two, may be ok but I will never eat there something.
This is underground-kitchen, 100 miles away from europe.
3.5 based on 21 reviews
We visited almost all restaurants in the city of Ternopil, but Europe Plus, deserves a special rating!
This place is very cozy place and lovely staff. Food is very well prepared, the most delicious European in Ternopil and very fresh. Don't waste your time if you are looking for something other than Ukrainian food, this is the place.
Special thanks to the owner - Well done!
4.5 based on 205 reviews
This was an amazing restaurant! The food was fantastic and the atmosphere was very unique. Everything about the meal was wonderful. My wife and daughter had the KoKo Chicken. They both commented it was the best chicken they had ever had. My daughter, who is not a fan of borscht, even like it. I tried the dumplings and the pork skewers and loved it. The servers are dressed traditionally and the restaurant is full of antiques and interesting decor. Even the plates were unique - chicken was served on a wooden plate in the shape of a chicken and pork was served on a plate in the shape of a pig. If you ever find yourself in Ternopyl, this restaurant is a little out of the way from city center but well worth the trip.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Since the restaurants with a view to the lake were full this beautiful Sunday evening in July, we found this restaurant that also had some outdoor tables. It is situated in a quiet location, in the centre of the town.
I had rabbit, and my wife had the she-goat, and both were good, but the rabbit was maybe better. The prices were low, and we truly enjoyed our meal. There is a large selection of wine by the glass, and several kinds of beer.
Our waitress was very nice and smiling, and the manager of the place walked around and asked if everything was ok. We also had a look at the interior, which looked pleasant.
This was a really pleasant experience, and it is not often that you find a restaurant in Ukraine where the staff are so eager to make you enjoy your meal. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Not really a restaurant, a bar with food really. If you don't mind loud busy places it could be for you. No one comes to seat you, it's every man for himself. If you are just coming from the street and needing a quick dinner it's probably fine, but not for a special occasion.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Ресторан-пивоварня "Ковчег" в Тернополе - первый в Украине проект экологического ресторана с применением возобновляемых энергоисточников, который имеет наибольшее в Украине количество топиаров. Эти огромные фигуры животных из цветов и растений - настоящие произведения ландшафтного искусства.Здание ресторана выполнено в форме огромного корабля. Материалы интерьера преимущественно натурального происхождения. Древесине в отделке - 200-300 лет. При строительстве тернопольского "Ковчега" использовали древнюю технологию с использованием глины, кизяков, соломы и побелки натуральной известью. Ткани в оформлении - это редкое домотканое натуральное конопляное волокно. Отопление и охлаждение по экологически чистой технологии "тепловой воздушный насос".Собственная пивоварня "Ковчега" в Тернополе открыта для экскурсий и знакомства с производством настоящего живого пива.Традиционная и авторская украинская кухня. Экологически чистые продукты для "Ковчега" выращивают на собственной ферме в Тернопольской области и хозяйстве на Закарпатье.
Kovcheg (Ark) is a new bar that me and my wife discovered in Ternopil. Having visited Ternopil a lot since 2004 I have seen places come and go, but I feel that this place, like Stary Mlyn, will become a Ternopil institution for years to come.
A little bit out the way, as its not really near the city center and about a 10 minute walk from Ternopil Lake (though it is pretty close to Ternopil Flea Market and the big shopping mall there).
Certainly a effort to catch on to the current brew pub/craft beer fab, plus added on with a menu that is very Georgian-Armenian feeling.
For our meal we had the Lavash Bread starter, a mixed salad and "hunk of meat" steaks... washed down with a few "Slava Ukraini" beers made fresh on the premises.
Meal was excellent and great value for money.
For a Monday night we were very lucky to get a table, so booking ahead might be worth doing.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
You come in and you feel, like in an restaurant in Nairobi. African Interior, african wall-paintings, Flamingos and a lot of bamboo. The food is very near the italien kitchen and everything tastes realy good. The portions are aa little bit small but the prices are (for ukrain) realy high.
Good drinks and a friendly staff. Nice place also in the garden.
Very good service for children.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Ternopil was never really a city that fitted into the soviet style of city, and since visiting time and time again since 2004 I have noticed a real boom in what is becoming a real bustling central European city with a young population looking west wards.
Over the years of visiting Ternopil finding a place to get my daily coffee fix was always hard, as there never was a dedicated coffee shop to be found (most places would give you a small cup of a satchel of Nestle coffee and hot water) but was great to find a lot of new places have opened up throughout the city since my last visit.
Out of them all StarCoffee is my favorite (located just behind Ternopil Cathedral and the statue of Taras Shevchenko) and know where I will get my coffee fix from now on.
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