The name, of course, comes from King Arthur's legendary city. The majestic atmosphere of that mythical age is conjured up here with the help of a King ... More
The name, of course, comes from King Arthur's legendary city. The majestic atmosphere of that mythical age is conjured up here with the help of a King Arthur figure made from wax, a few knights in armor and a luxurious fireplace. All the seats resemble thrones, with high backs and intricate carving. Tales about the Knights of the Round Table are written on the napkins. In cuisine terms, Camelot seems to stand at a cultural crossroads: Italian carpaccio, German ham, French escargot soup or Scandinavian steamed salmon. Guests can choose from two menus: one for knights (such as Casserole of Rabbit cooked in white wine) and another for royalty (fancier dishes like Saddle of Lamb with hot tomato sauce). It was voted as St. Petersburg's best restaurant.
The Camelot is not there anymore but has been replaced by an Irish Pub named "O'Hooligan's" which opened in June 2010. The owners are the same as Camelot. The new pub/cafe has proven to be popular with locals and tourists. The staff is friendly and welcoming, and from what I have had from the menu(barbeque ribs, cheese burger, various salads and their speciality of Irish European style sausages.) is good. Frankly I do not remember the food at Camelot since I had not been there in years.
Live music is performed occasionally, and football games are shown but the main point of this pub is conversation and meeting new friends over a drink or meal. It seems to be a social environment were it is hard to go without meeting someone interesting to talk with in several European languages.
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