SVO

Terminal B

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Restaurants

There are around 16 or so eateries in Terminal B – most of which are located in the transit area. Some of these are also open 24/7. While many are cafés and coffeehouses serving Russian snack food, you’ll also find a few sit-down options including a branch of the popular Kolbasny Tsekh (Sausage Shop) restaurant. Here, you can sample premium steaks, smoked sausages and other meat dishes. International fare is also available in this terminal; there’s an American grill house, a family-friendly Italian restaurant and a well-known fried chicken chain. Those in a hurry can grab something to eat on the plane from one of the general food stores.
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Shopping

As this is a relatively small terminal serving only domestic flights, the shopping facilities here are limited. Apart from the four dedicated travel retail stores – selling perfume, cosmetics, alcohol and more – there are few other outlets. Among these are 2 jewelry stores, a Russian clothing retailer and 3 newsstands. The only international brands represented here are Max Mara, Paul & Shark and Calvin Klein. In the pre-Security area, there’s a florist and a store selling cell phone accessories.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Information desks
  • Pharmacy
  • Mother-and-child room
  • Ticket desk
  • Travel agency
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Ambulift
  • Induction loops for the hearing-impaired
  • Priority check-in
  • Priority security check
  • Step-free access
  • Wheelchair rental
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Restaurants

There’s one coffeehouse and a restaurant serving traditional Russian dishes.
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Shopping

Before leaving the Baggage Claim area, you’ll find a small travel retail store.
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Induction loops for the hearing-impaired
  • Step-free access

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