For the sake of it, guests from all over Russia and abroad came to the city
Legendary tourist restaurant burned down in Vladivostok< /i>
In Vladivostok, Zuma, a popular Pan-Asian restaurant with tourists, burned to the ground. Many residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg specially came to the Far East to dine there.
The fire broke out on Wednesday night on the second floor of the building. The fire quickly spread to the roof, and then engulfed other premises.
Firefighters quickly arrived at the scene of the incident and put out the fire. But in the end, the building received extremely serious damage.
The restaurant management has already reported that the building was in a serious emergency condition. Now the fate of 250 employees is being decided, as well as hundreds of pre-orders made by guests from all over Russia.
Experts are sure that the Zuma team will not be without work. The restaurant has repeatedly ranked first in the ranking of the best in the Far East. It is also on the 33rd line among all restaurants in the Russian Federation according to WHERETOEAT.
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