Skazka is a children’s café existing since 1970. Its menu and interiors have changed, but not its hospitality. The walls here are painted over with forests and seas. Skazka makes its own ice-cream, including black ice-cream, not to mention a plethora of other dessert options and milkshakes. There is an adult menu to make sure the adults don’t go hungry or get bored, featuring, amongst other offerings, steaks, Skazka’s extra popular pasta carbonara, and a limited selection of alcohol. Skazka has a great porch with outdoor seating in summer. The sign out front says “First Family Café,” and it’s true: Skazka gets so crowded on weekends that people are asked to reserve tables in advance.