I visited the place with a foreign colleague and was pleasantly impressed by the interior design and the service.
The cafe is in the city centre, though not on the main streets, a bit off the beaten track.
The cafe is very small - only 5-6 tables for 2-4 people, but very cosy, full of interesting details that create homelike atmosphere like small knitted stockings with forks and knives. The stuff is very helpful and attentive, they seemed to be really happy to welcome every customer.
The cafe is focused on Italian cuisine, they serve pizza, pasta, panini, etc., though they cannot boast of a large variety of dishes. We've tasted pizza and fruit tea. Pizza was rather average to my mind, but I am not a fan of Italian pizza.
The prices are a bit higher than average cafe prices in Tomsk. A square meal (consisting of salad,soup and panini) costs about 350 roubles per person. We've paid 600 roubles for our small pizza and tea.
Probably, they charge more for the cosy atmosphere and good service.
The cafe is highly recommended to those who seek a homelike place to enjoy it alone, with friends or family. But I would not go there to have a copious meal.
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