This small café feels like it could be located in some hidden little Parisian street. The ceiling was not high enough to divide the space into two floors. An alternative was found, by creating the illusion of a secluded patio surrounded by windows and elegant balconies. Guests are often surprised by the realism of this décor.
The style of furniture and tables is typically Parisian, and they were chosen to be close to what is found in the cafés of the French capital.
In Soviet times, a textile store was located at this place. The preserved massive columns and the plaster molding are reminders of that period.
November 10, 2014