The Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Perm, Russia
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, the last city on the European side of the Ural Mountains, is one of the lesser-known stops on the Trans Siberian Railway route. It is a very interesting place to visit, so if you’re embarking on your grand Trans Siberian journey
, Perm should most certainly be a place to include in your schedule. Once you’re there, you will need a place to fuel up before a long day of intense sightseeing. Culture Trip is coming to your rescue with a list of the best breakfast and brunch spots in Perm, Russia.
Restaurant, Bar, Pub Grub, Russian
Sister’s Bar is a restaurant in the very heart of Perm, at the junction of Komsomolsky Prospekt and Lenina Street. Among a special all-day breakfast menu and late hours, they also organise concerts, lectures and workshops. With its sunny interior, Sister’s Bar is a perfect place for a lazy brunch.
Kofe City - Coffee City
Cafe, Russian, $$$
Kofe City (or Coffee City) is a chain of cafes spread across the entire city. Each cafe has a different theme; however, they all serve traditional Russian breakfast foods from 8:30 to 11:30 am. The cafes are not only ubiquitous, they are also very reasonably priced. Kofe City is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast and a caffeine shot on a day with a tight schedule.
Cafe, Restaurant, Dessert Shop, Dessert, Vegetarian
Lemon Tree is a pleasant, cosy vegetarian cafe in the centre of Perm, right next to one of the city’s biggest shopping centres. Lemon Tree serves breakfasts every day until noon. Not only is it a cafe, but it is also a bakery, so a two-course breakfast followed by a cake is definitely an option here.
Cafe, Restaurant, Contemporary, Coffee, $$$
Mishka.Food is one of the more popular restaurants on the gastronomic map of Perm. They serve excellent burgers, but the all-day breakfasts are also a strong contender on their menu. Pop by at any time for breakfast/brunch, and enjoy tastes ranging from meaty to vegetarian, egg-heavy to granola-light.
If you’re looking for something truly local, look no further than 100lovaya. Located in the student housing section of the Perm State Pedagogical University, it provides a genuinely Russian breakfast experience. A different selection of Russian dishes is served daily and displayed in buffet format, so no guesswork is required. 100lovaya is a perfect place to have breakfast like a local.
Restaurant, Russian, $$$
Kompot is a chain of cosy, family restaurants spread around the entire city centre of Perm. They serve local comfort foods. Any of the Kompot restaurants are worth going to at any time of the day, but their sweet breakfasts are especially worth a visit.
Cafe, Russian, $$$
It is not a universally acknowledged fact that Russians like their crepes almost as much as the French like theirs, but it should be. These thin pancakes are an absolute staple of the Russian cuisine. Skovorodka is a chain of cafes serving all the varieties of this classic Russian dish. It is a fantastic, budget-friendly breakfast or brunch spot.