Lemkivskyy Dvir Restaurant

The Lemkivskyj Dvir Restaurant in Ternopil City (Western Ukraine)

The Lemkivskyj Dvir Restaurant in Ternopil City (West Ukraine)


Located in National Rebirth Park, marvelous Ternopil place, behind famous Singing Field of Ternopil. Great opportunity for party outside, especially in spring, summer and fall. The building and interior of restaurant made in traditional Lemko style, everything is wooden.
You can enjoy of lots of trees and flowers around, fresh air, smell of shish kebab cooking on the backyard of restaurant. Shish kebab from Lemkivskyy Dvir Restaurant doing very good together with salad of fresh cabbage, dressing by incredibly delicious Ukrainian sunflower oil. Real taste of sunflower!
The menu of Lemkivskyy Dvir Restaurant including traditional Ukrainian dishes varenyky (pyrogies) and deruny (potatoes pancakes).
Approximate cost ащк dinner for one person is about $10, depend from the menu items. Payment in cash (UAH) and with credit cards.

Lemkivskyy Dvir Restaurant Ternopil Ukraine

Lemkivskyy Dvir Ternopil Ukraine


8.00 p.m. is time for the playing live Ukrainian music in Lemkivskyy Dvir Restaurant. Usually they are starting to play from one the traditional Ukrainian song “Zeleneye shyto, zelene” („Green rye, green”). Then the musicians go to every table in the restaurant for singing two songs for free. If guests of restaurant want, the musicians asking what Ukrainian song dear guests would like to listen. But if you want to have a personal small musical party near your table, be exact, if you would like to listen more than two songs, of course, you have to pay a special tip. Size of your tip depend from how much do you like the music.
Important! The band playing UKRAINIAN music only. There are professional musicians. Some of them playing in Ternopil’s orchestras, and lovely singer Natalia working at school, she is a teacher of music.
Here is some videos of Lemkivskyj Dvir Restaurant Musicians. They are playing songs from the Lemky Land.

Note. The Lemky Land it is ethnic territory of Ukraine. After the Second World War this territory was devoted to the Poland. A people of the Lemky Land has been deported to the today’s Lviv and Ternopil states of Ukraine.