How come this place appears in guides? Old people queuing, nobody to attend, dreadful menu, design to cry for.... help! Get me out of here!
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Had penne with salmon and cuppachino. Taster was very good and location and view from cafe is great. However service was really bad and not a friendly staff at all. The tall blonde waiter did not even say one word to us during the night...More
Stopped in for a quick sandwich and tea. Food was very good cafe style but location and architecture is superlative...and it was a sewing machine store! Stunning and worth visiting for both exterior and interior views. Great post cards, books and souvenirs. How this has...More
A stunning and unique building on the corner close to Church of the Spilled Blood. Signs to get here are confusing but persevere, it's above the ground floor bookshop overlooking the busy main road. Expect to queue and don't expect excellent toilets. The cherry pie...More
The highlight of our meal was the Russian blini with caviar, shredded hard boiled egg and sour cream, delicious!! The traditional Russian salad is good here. Their speciality is the beautiful cakes and pastries, we did not indulge but they looked amazing and people queue...More
I've been there having a cup of hot chocolate in a summer afternoon (15 degrees C). It's a good looking cafe on the second floor of a book shop with a nice view of Nevsky Ave. and Kazan Cathedral. The (warm) chocolate, cake and service...More
We ordered several drinks within a pot of tea and then wanted to get informed about the quality and the aroma- becauae they were missing, so the tea was very clear and did not tasted as any herbs or so. The service lady and gentlemen...More