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In the heart of St. Petersburg, in the house of the company Zinger, who is known to many as the "House of Books", on the second floor is located the cafe Singer. Huge panoramic Windows overlooking the Kazan Cathedral and the Nevsky Prospekt, spacious rooms with classic interior design and soft light will make you plunge into the atmosphere of the early twentieth century. What could be better than to start your day with a delicious Cup of coffee and freshly baked cakes, watching through the haze of the morning mist on awaking city? In the menu of cafe Singer You will find a large selection of delicious German desserts, omelets and snacks to start the day. After a light or hearty Breakfast, you…
Dinner, Drinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch, Late Night
Cafe, European, Russian, Soups, Eastern European, Central European
Takeout, Television, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
The building alone is already worth a visit starting with the lovely Art deco outside. Inside there is a huge bookstore in what was once the Singer sewing machine factory. On the second floor there is a lunchroom. If you manage to get a table...More
This cafe was once upon a time a huge factory building , manufacturing Singer 🧵 sewing machines. Now it has been converted into a bookstore cum cafe. The cafe is beautiful and inexpensive to dine in irregardless of the day.
Nice cafe on the second floor of a very busy bookstore. This became our afternoon go on Nevskiy Prospect. The flavored ice teas are excellent but the apple/cake pie with some vanilla ice cream became a favorite. Do stop in and give your tired feet...More
We had two visits to this cafe and although we waited for our Beef Stroganoff on our second visit, it was freshly cooked and delicious. It is a busy cafe and has a lovely view of the Kazan Cathedral but our main attraction was the...More
A nice blend of a bookshop and a cafe. The problem is that you may only find books in russian. As a matter of fact one can hardly find in St Petersburg bookshops with books in foreign languages. A pity