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The Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots in Yekaterinburg

Trying to work out where to eat breakfast in an unfamiliar city can sometimes be a daunting task. Getting your first meal right and a decent coffee can make or break how the rest of your day unfurls. Whether you want classic Russian fare or Georgian breads, make it an easy decision easy for yourself with our pick of the best breakfast and brunch spots in Yekaterinburg.
Engels
Cafe, Bar, Coffee Shop, Russian, $$$
Engels

Engels | Curtesy of Engels

Choosing to focus on one thing and do it right, the family-run, light and breezy Engels offers up crisp and crunchy waffles, loaded with toppings both savoury and sweet. Alongside the waffles, there is a late breakfast menu with eggs and porridge topped with flavour sensations such as peanut butter, dried cranberries and banana, or caramelised apples, poppy seeds and almonds, as well as an early menu, made up of coffee and food deals, if you’re an early riser.
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Meal service:

Breakfast, Brunch, Afternoon Tea, Lunch, Dessert

Atmosphere:

Cosy
Khachapuri for Pushkin
Bakery, Cafe, Georgian, Vegetarian, $$$
Start the day by tucking into freshly baked Georgian pies and pastries in this cozy and homely bakery. Feast on kachapuri, a traditional bread stuffed with cheese and topped with egg, perfect for dipping crunchy crusts into. This place is good for a caffeine hit too, as the coffees come hot and strong and there are plenty of tea infusions to try out as well.
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Simple Coffee
Cafe, European, Vegetarian, $$$
Get a proper taste of Russia with one of the breakfast deals on offer in this trendy café where all the cool kids hang. Wake yourself up with the sour cherry porridge or kasha, a buckwheat cereal. There is also a selection of baked goods so take a buttery croissant with your latte and settle in for the morning.
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Mamma's Big House
Cafe, European, Vegetarian, $$$
Mamma's Big House

Mamma's Big House | Curtesy of Mamma's Big House

Open 24 hours, Mamma’s Big House is a big cavernous café and has something for any time of day, or night. A retro decor and big comfy chairs makes this place ideal for a slow start to the day. A free cup of coffee or tea comes with breakfast, which is a pretty sweet start to proceedings – opt for building your own eggs, so you can get the sides you want, or try a savoury croissant, stuffed with chicken and tomato, or salted salmon.
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Works Coffee
Coffee Shop, Cafe, Russian, $$$
Works Coffee

Works Coffee | Curtesy of Works Coffee

Works Coffee is an independent coffee house that hipsters just love. They take their coffee seriously here, meaning you can try coffees brewed by different techniques – if you don’t fancy a latte, try a syphon coffee or a cold press. Breakfasts are cheap here, so fill up – warming porridge comes with a free coffee, and syrniki and bacon and eggs are a steal, so dig in!
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Meal service:

Brunch, Breakfast, Afternoon Tea, Lunch

Atmosphere:

Relaxed
Stolle
Cafe, Russian, Georgian, Vegetarian, $$$$

Fill up on delicious pirogi | © Anokarina / Flickr

Stolle prepares classic Ural dishes like pelmeni, meat stuffed dumplings, and vareniki, filled with sweet cheese and berries, in a cosy and homely environment. The café also whips up pirogies, Russian stuffed buns, of which there are plenty to choose from and ideal to soak up a hangover. For a real sensation, try out the both sweet and sour lemon pie, or the crusty mushroom kulebyaka, a pie made from a brioche pastry and stuffed with potato and cabbage, or salmon.
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Sun - Thu:
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
10:00 am - 12:00 am

Meal service:

All Day

Atmosphere:

Casual
The French Baker
Bakery, Cafe, French, Vegetarian, Coffee, Tea , Fast Food, Street Food, $$$
If you feel like something a little different, head to The French Baker, a cute little continental coffee shop, to get a little bit of Paris in your day. They do have all the Russian breakfast fare, although the sweet and salty French toast, topped with rashers of crispy fried bacon and a good strong latte is not a bad way to start the day. There is also a selection of pastries should you feel like something light.
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Engels

Choosing to focus on one thing and do it right, the family-run, light and breezy Engels offers up crisp and crunchy waffles, loaded with toppings both savoury and sweet. Alongside the waffles, there is a late breakfast menu with eggs and porridge topped with flavour sensations such as peanut butter, dried cranberries and banana, or caramelised apples, poppy seeds and almonds, as well as an early menu, made up of coffee and food deals, if you’re an early riser.

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Sun - Sat :
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Budget
$$
Khachapuri for Pushkin

Start the day by tucking into freshly baked Georgian pies and pastries in this cozy and homely bakery. Feast on kachapuri, a traditional bread stuffed with cheese and topped with egg, perfect for dipping crunchy crusts into. This place is good for a caffeine hit too, as the coffees come hot and strong and there are plenty of tea infusions to try out as well.

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Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri :
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sat - Sun :
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Budget
$$
Simple Coffee

Get a proper taste of Russia with one of the breakfast deals on offer in this trendy café where all the cool kids hang. Wake yourself up with the sour cherry porridge or kasha, a buckwheat cereal. There is also a selection of baked goods so take a buttery croissant with your latte and settle in for the morning.

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Sun - Sat :
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Budget
$$
Mamma's Big House

Open 24 hours, Mamma’s Big House is a big cavernous café and has something for any time of day, or night. A retro decor and big comfy chairs makes this place ideal for a slow start to the day. A free cup of coffee or tea comes with breakfast, which is a pretty sweet start to proceedings – opt for building your own eggs, so you can get the sides you want, or try a savoury croissant, stuffed with chicken and tomato, or salted salmon.

Mamma's Big House

Mamma's Big House

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Sun - Sat :
12:00 am - 12:00 am
Budget
$$
Works Coffee

Works Coffee is an independent coffee house that hipsters just love. They take their coffee seriously here, meaning you can try coffees brewed by different techniques – if you don’t fancy a latte, try a syphon coffee or a cold press. Breakfasts are cheap here, so fill up – warming porridge comes with a free coffee, and syrniki and bacon and eggs are a steal, so dig in!

Works Coffee

Works Coffee

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu :
8:00 am - 9:30 pm
Fri :
8:00 am - 12:00 am
Sat - Sun :
9:00 am - 9:30 pm
Budget
$$
Stolle

Stolle prepares classic Ural dishes like pelmeni, meat stuffed dumplings, and vareniki, filled with sweet cheese and berries, in a cosy and homely environment. The café also whips up pirogies, Russian stuffed buns, of which there are plenty to choose from and ideal to soak up a hangover. For a real sensation, try out the both sweet and sour lemon pie, or the crusty mushroom kulebyaka, a pie made from a brioche pastry and stuffed with potato and cabbage, or salmon.

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Sun - Thu :
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat :
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Budget
$$
The French Baker

If you feel like something a little different, head to The French Baker, a cute little continental coffee shop, to get a little bit of Paris in your day. They do have all the Russian breakfast fare, although the sweet and salty French toast, topped with rashers of crispy fried bacon and a good strong latte is not a bad way to start the day. There is also a selection of pastries should you feel like something light.

Address & Phone
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri :
7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat :
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun :
8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Budget
$$