Kazan is a feast of a city. Cold winters and hot summers, Muslim minarets and Orthodox monasteries, the ancient archeological sites and the science city of Innopolis, forest steppes, taiga and the Great Silk Road all mix in the cauldron that is the Tatar capital. The result of this melting pot is the self-sufficient and self-assured third capital of Russia that each year extends a warm welcome to a million guests who come here to experience all sorts of impressions and emotions.
Kazan 2018 | VKofeine (In Coffeehouse)This quiet café with a rural theme is an embodiment of the Russian dream of ProvenceThis quiet café with a rural theme is an embodiment of the Russian dream of Provence
Restaurants and bars
VKofeine (In Coffeehouse)
Mon – Fri 8 a.m. – 12 a.m., Sat – Sun 9 a.m. – 12 a.m.
This quiet café with a rural theme is an embodiment of the Russian dream of Provence. The flowerpots, straw furniture and shelves with books definitely belong. So does the pink bicycle out front, where patrons like to take their selfies. The menu is rather heavy on baked products and pastries. For "proper" food, they have several pasta entries, dorado and salmon steak with grilled vegetables and a few other options. Business lunch is served on weekdays, and its menu is updated daily. Breakfast starts at 9 in the morning: porridge, syrniki (cottage cheese pancakes), sunny side up eggs… everything is nicely laid out and inexpensive. Your cappuccino will invariably come with a little drawing in its froth: a bear, a cat, or something else. They have mime entertainers on weekends.