MoreMall, prononced "morye-mall," is a large shopping and entertainment complex located right by the Sochi river. It houses about 200 stores, most of them selling clothes for men and women. Some of the stores belong to world-renowned brands. There is also an IMAX movie theater called Luxor, a kids' center, and dozens of restaurants and cafes.
Konditersky Butik, which translates to pastry boutique, is part of the Syndicate Steak House. Here, you can buy internationally popular desserts such as panna cotta and macaroons. The shop also functions as a cafe, but the seating area is very small so it's probably best to go with a small group.
This mall is located in the center of the city, not far from Riviera Park and right by the Sochi river. Inside there are stores of well-known brands, selling everything from clothes to electronics. The mall also has cafes and a bowling club called Irbis.
If you like jamón (Spanish ham), this is the place for you! Moncasa has a wide variety of Spanish food and products, perfect for whether you're looking for a snack or ingredients for a seven-course meal. The stores is especially known for its high-quality wine, cheese, bread, and olive oil.
The Central Market is one of the main places to buy food in Sochi. There you can buy fruits, vegetables, spices, pickles (including such rarities as pickled bamboo), fresh Georgian cheese, churchkhela candies, wine, and much more. Visit the market to appreciate the local food and the culinary splendor of the Caucasus countries.
Laverna is a chain of pastry shops and cafes for children. The latter boast cute, stylish decor as well as a menu with pizza, hot dogs, sandwiches, and milkshakes. As for the shops, they sell a variety of cakes, including such favorites as Napoleon (a layered cake with cream) and Pancho (a sour cream and chocolate cake).
The word "bulat" means a steel alloy that was used to create hard and sharp blades. That is a fitting name for a store that sells daggers and knives. In addition to cold weapons, Bulat has a range of beautiful souvenirs such as coffee cup holders, glasses, saucers, and trays, all made of (or with) metal. Some of the merchandise was supplied by the famous Zlatoust manufacturers. Bulat is located in the center of Sochi, inside the shopping center Aleksandriya.
If you're interested in spirituality and Eastern religions, this is the perfect store for you. Tri Neba (Three Heavens) sells incense, aromatic oils, natural cosmetics, jewelry, CDs, musical instruments, and more. This chain is so popular there are several Tri Neba stores in the city.
If you want to get to know Russian cuisine, it is essential that you try famous Russian desserts. A good place for that is Alyonka, a cafe and pastry shop beloved since Soviet times. There you can get all the "classics," such as kartoshka (a potato-shaped bread pastry with chocolate) and éclairs (a cream-filled oblong dessert).
The combination of luxury and elegance has a name and the typical initials of the fashion brand embellish everything your heart desires. In addition to the classic bags for men and women, they can also be found on shoes, eyewear, watches and selected garments. The shop also impresses with its elegant interior and understated design.