Not very inviting from outside, it embraces you with warmth, aromas, lightness and coziness the minute you step in. A tiny café with quite a few staff members, all friendly, engaged, attentive. The food was excellent! We also got to try an experimental gluehwein (mulled wine) which they have created to offer in winter – it was the best I tried, really. I also remember big pots of special tees, lots of fresh bakery and pastries that were hard to resist, and an announcement of a kids cooking class. Should I ever be in Moscow again that’s the place I’m definitely coming back to.
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