In December 1995 a small ostria appeared by the famous golden gates of Kiev, in the heart of this ancient city. The name Pantagruel, the name osteria, comes from the main character of “Gargantua and Pantagruel,” a book by the famous Renaissance writer François Rabelais (1490 - 1553). The giant Pantagruel was a cheery fellow with an appetite as big as its mammoth size. The spirit of Italian cuisine pervades the true gastronomist Costantino Passalacqua in osteria. Well, although Ukraine is not an obvious destination for true cucina Italiana lovers, Pantagruel's homemade pasta and pasta may be a cute little wonder afterward, and an impressive wine list will add that decisive touch to the overall picture. They say that the name of a place, like that of a person, helps determine his fate. Of course, this applies to osteria: people love to eat and have fun here.
Lysenko Street I (Golden Gates District),