Vorokhta (Ukrainian: Ворохта, Polish: Worochta) is an urban-type settlement located in the Carpathian Mountains and is part of Yaremche Municipality. Historically, it is a tourist spa town and later was also turned into a ski resort with several ski-jumping ramps (Avanhard). Population: 4,270 (2016 est.); due to a constant flow of tourists, its population almost year round is bigger.
Things to do in Vorokhta
4 based on 9 reviews
Находится в самом начале подьема на гору Говерла. Отличное место отдохнуть, спустившись с горы, и выпить очень вкусного кофе. А вот десерты такие себе.
3.5 based on 22 reviews
Great large restaurant in Carpathian Mountains, town of Vorokhta, close to the highest Ukrainian peak, mt.Hoverla. Good service, Ukrainian and European cuisine. Very nice design. Located next to ski jumps, close to the centre of town. WiFi access. Beautiful landscapes. Good stop on the way to Carpathian highlands, town of Verkhovyna and famous Kosiv market. Vorokhta town is popular tourist resort.
Donechky restaurant is a nice place to visit and eat there. (In English 'Donechky' means 'Daughters').
Ukrainian, Karpathian and European food, good service and very nice interior and exterior design.
Exeptional location in Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains, town of Vorokhta in Ivano-Frankivsk region. Close to mt.Hoverla, the highest Ukrainian peak.
Donechky restaurant is part of Khatky Ruslany holiday resort which includes a group of log cabins.
4 based on 108 reviews
The most popular dishes of Asian cuisine: marbled beef steaks and dry aged beef steaks, pad thai and soba noodles, rice on WOK, asian soups, Nikkei sushi, Beijing duck, lobsters and oysters.
A nice restaurant ( are very few in Bukovel) , the personal speaks english . We eat steak, a wok with veal and my daughter eat chicken with potatoes- children menu. All very good and the price was excellent !
4.5 based on 171 reviews
After vising Pizzeria Felichita I can see why this place is ranked Number 1 among restaurants in Bukovel. Unexpectedly good Italian food in the middle of the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains. We had freshly made mozzarella with tomatoes (delicious!) and oven-baked four-cheese pizza with extra tomatoes, basilic, and onions (yummy!). Also try Jasmine Boom cocktail. My only advice is please serve ciabatta warm. It tastes much better hot than cold
Very good service. All waitresses, waiters, administrators are nice, polite, and attentive. But special thanks goes to Ulyana! She is the best. The Felichita management should give her a bonus!
4 based on 206 reviews
Very delicious Ukrainian food. Good service. Normal price. Warm recommendations. There are several restaurants on the slopes
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We was for summer season in august, it was on morning we took breakfast there pancackes with jam was really tasty àd coffee also nice. Staff really cute with our baby. Ps. Can pay only with cash on morning, work breakfat 8/10, dinner 18/23
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Kurin is well located in the centre of Bukovel. For residents of the wooden chalets of Hotel Bukovel it is right on your doorstep. We started with the beetroot vianaigrette and moved on to hot mushroom broth with noodles. The waiter offered some freshly ground pepper for the soup which really gave it a kick. Main course was banosh with mushrooms. Banosh is THE local regional food of the Carpathians. It is made from maize - think of yellow creamy savoury oatmeal. The meal was washed down with excellent mulled wine - also available with an extra shot of Jagermeister. We also enjoyed Uzvar drink made from dried fruits and "mors" - Cranberry compote. The waiter was very helpful. Our beat meal ever in Bukovel and we will come back again !
4 based on 45 reviews
The best place to eat in the Karpathian Mountains. Very nice service and very tasty food. The atmosphere is very pleasant and relaxed. Nice fontaine outside. Close to the train station. We\ve stayed here before train departure and have ordered meals in advance - everything was on time and very tasty!
3.5 based on 34 reviews
Great location, normal price, nice view near the main road to Bukovel, we ordered chicken, pork ribs and mashed potatoes.. All food was probably made hot in microwave in few minutes, quality very poor, Little portions, really nothing good, to cook well IS unknown tale in this restaurant
3.5 based on 39 reviews
General appearence: nice wooden interior. In the winter take a table not near the entry, because it's drafty.
Food: delicious traditional dishes.
Service: there is only one staff member/waitress who can communicate fluently in English. Her name is Valery and she is polite, lovable and cooperative.
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