Agafredo may look like a regular coffee place on the outside, but it is actually an Italian restaurant with a warm chamber feel to it. Expect the usual - pizza, pasta, desserts and really good coffee (the barista will vouch for it!) - and the beyond-usual, albeit at prices somewhat higher than the average for a chain restaurant: penne with chanterelles for 390 rub., duck breast pizza for 485 rub., beef tenderloin focaccia (more of a pancake, really) for 180 rub. The dessert menu is overwhelming (don’t miss the chocolate ice-cream affogato!), the business lunch is plentiful, and the breakfasts are very copious (they are listed as numbered sets on the menu). Agafredo has outdoor seating on the porch in the summer.