Location: 16 Tolmachyova Street, Yekaterinburg
Average bill: PPPP
Tel.: +7 (343) 271 53 63
Open: Monday-Thursday, Sunday noon-11pm; Friday-Saturday noon — midnight
There is a two-story burger house in downtown Ekaterinburg, near its main promenade Plotinka. The name of the burger house has a double meaning: volk means wolf in Russian, and the idea was to attract people who are as hungry as a wolf. Another association is with a wolf pack, which is a symbol of true friendship. Alternatively, the name can be interpreted to mean "people's burgers," from the German word volk (people).
The choice of burgers is remarkable. Some may hide a red chili inside the bun and contain jalapeno peppers. Warning: very hot!
Another option is Hakuna Matata burgers, which are not as hot. These are made out of marbled beef and come with pineapple, red peppers, red onions plus Cheddar cheese. Cheese lovers will enjoy Italian burgers served with three types of cheese and pesto.
Shrimp or chicken burgers and mozzarella burgers are on offer for anyone who doesn't have an appetite like a wolf or doesn't eat meat at all.
Ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup there will be regular raffles at the restaurant and the prizes will be football tickets. Those who don't win tickets to Ekaterinburg Arena will be offered the chance to watch football matches live while eating at the restaurant.