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The Best Cafés in Rostov-On-Don

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Contributor / Journalist
Updated: 28 September 2017
The Rostov-On-Don café scene is urban, international and creative – and undoubtedly a thing to explore right upon arrival. You’ll immediately notice that each local hot spot is taking it to the next level, either by serving up a wide variety of dishes, by offering perfect service or by showcasing some impeccable design. Here we have prepared a list of the city’s top cafés.

Kofemolka

Cafe, Russian, $$$
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Consider that this isn’t so much a café as a phenomenon. Here, you can have a typical Russian meal – pancakes & porridge for breakfast (honey, jam, boiled eggs & Russian white bread with cereals are all on the menu as well), sandwiches, soups, potatoes and typical Russian snacks along with the best coffee around.
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Fartyk & Margarita

Bistro, Italian, $$$
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Fartyk & Margarita has a real Italian spirit, with fantastic coffee and even better pizza. Lots of Italian wines are on offer, as well as scamorza cheese, mozzarella & burrata. Tutto buono e bello! Mixed with the vibe of New York, this is the perfect spot in the heart of Rostov-On-Don. And don’t forget to try the desserts, which come paired with specially prepared coffee. Plus there is a vast choice of the tea – a drink Russians can’t live without.
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Mon - Thu:
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Fri - Sat:
12:00 pm - 2:00 am
Sun:
12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Café Paris

Cafe, French, $$$
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Café Paris welcomes its visitors with a classic French dining experience. Courses include typical French soups, steaks, raw duck and veal, as well as some seafood classics. On top of that, there are vast array of pastries and desserts, which make for the perfect coffee break. Alternatively, you could feast on pies, cakes or, of course, croissants. The venue design is a masterpiece: marble interiors and dark, wooden panelling in the lobby.
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Monsieur Max

Cafe, French, $$$
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Monsieur Max has some of the most delightful sweet treats in the whole of Rostov-On-Don, and the venue owners have infused Monsieur Max with French flavour and charm. In addition to serving delicious French pastries and great coffee, you can order a box of macarons in advance and customise them to your choosing.
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Coffeeman

Cafe, Russian, $$$
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Coffeeman has introduced a new concept to the Rostov-On-Don coffee scene, sourcing its coffee from exceptional international roasters and presenting it in a number of ways. Typical Russian dishes appear in the menu, so if you’re here to eat as well as drink, you’ll find many options. There is an enormous choice of pastries and Russian apple cakes. Plus, Coffeeman is located close to all the city attractions.
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