Columbus used to be considered one of the most expensive and snobbish restaurants in Odessa; since the current economical crisis, however, things have changed: while the menu has not lost an iota of its quality, prices are perhaps just the tiniest bit higher than those at the city centre restaurants. Columbus is located a stone's throw from the Arcadia beach and, thanks to the somewhat pretentious architecture, its cross-sectioned-ship-like shape can be noticed from afar. The greatest treasure of the Columbus Restaurant is definitely its outdoor terrace on the very edge of the sea - you couldn't have built it any closer. The menu is a mixture of European, Oriental and Japanese culinary traditions; however, alongside sushi, foie grass or rocket salad with tiger prawn, it does feature a typical staple of the Odessa cuisine, pan-fried gobies (a 600 g helping costs UAH 200 and is big enough for two).
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