Pasta Café has no notable interior decorations that would distract one from the food, save for the fireplace, Sofie Lorent portrait on the wall, and plasma screen TV on the wall. The menu is traditionally Mediterranean: focaccia with mozzarella and pesto (100 rub.), shrimp salad with grapefruit (390 rub.), baked chicken breast (330 rub.), risotto frutti del mare (430 rub.) and assorted pizzas. The wine list is rather modest, with few Italian wines. You get complimentary pesto bread. Your server will vehemently recommend herbal house teas. Pasta Café is a quiet place, which makes it ideal for a late breakfast on a weekend, a family dinner, or a business meeting. Parties are frequent here and family occasions are celebrated quite often at Pasta Café. If you have far to travel to visit Pasta Café, it is advisable that you call first and ask if the place is available for walk-ins tonight.