vul. Sovyetskaya 53, Brest, Belarus
Art Cafe Brest Reviews
Art Cafe Aug 29, 2011
On our first evening in Brest we strolled along the pedestrianised city centre, especially the street ul. Sovyetskaya to check for a suitable restaurant to dine.
We decided for the Art Cafe, because quite a few people were sitting on the outdoor terrace and some were even having dinner. We took a seat at a free table, so that we could enjoy some people watching on Sovyetskaya Street.
After already 5 days in Belarus, we noticed for the first time people speaking German in our vicinity. Obviously they were not tourists, but on business in Brest.
The interior of the Art Cafe is equipped tastefully with dark wooden furniture. If I remember correctly, then the menu was even bilingual (Russian, English). It offered a small selection of main dishes as well as potato pancakes (drainiki), salads, pasta dishes and cakes.
I opted for a Viennese Schnitzel with vegetables and salad (37500 BYR), a Banana Split (14370 BYR) and a local Stavka beer (5690 BYR). Everything was yummy and we enjoyed our time in the Art Cafe, although staff was a bit slow, which on the other hand is quite normal in this part of Europe.
The Art Cafe is located amost in the middle of the pedestrianised street vul. Sovyetskaya, right in the heart of Brest's city centre. The cafe can be found just south of the Millenium Monument.
Part of the Brest (BY, 08.2011) travel blog
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