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Café & Coffee – New spots to treat yourself

Café & Coffee – New spots to treat yourself

A new café and bakery, Khlebniy, opened its doors to customers near Olimpiyska metro station a very short time ago

Coffee Why Not

Welcome to a new place for coffee and dessert lovers! Coffee Why Not has opened between Klovska and Pecherska metro stations, and is “a place that inspires a good day!”

Here you can relax, drink some coffee, and eat healthy desserts. By heathy, we mean that Coffee Why Not offers a variety of desserts made with natural ingredients and without additives. These yummies are free from flour and sugar – just fruit and nuts. Even though the ingredients may seem very simple, the desserts themselves look like masterpieces and it proves rather difficult not to want to try them all.

In addition, they serve toast and croissants here. Make sure you try toast with jamon and cherry tomatoes (99 UAH) – it’s wonderful.

They also have a wide choice in terms of coffee with delightful flavours: cappuccino (32 UAH), espresso (23 UAH), pour-over (40 UAH) to name a few. What’s more, you can choose lactose-free, almond, or soy milk instead of the real thing.

Or, warm yourself with a cup of tea: buckthorn, cranberry, ginger, barberry, or just herbal – they’ve got a great selection.

A branch of cotton painted on the wall hints at the comforting spirit of the venue. And it’s true, because staying here for a while slows time, allowing you to forget about all your worries. The simple interior is widened by white-painted walls, and minimalistic furniture – everything needed for a nice venue. In addition, they are pet-friendly, so you and your furry friends can enjoy some time-out together!

Coffee Why Not
Lesi Ukrainky Blvd 11
Mon/Fri 8.00 – 22.00
Sat/Sun 9.00 – 21.00
coffee.placewhynot.com
coffeeplacewhynot
coffee_why_not
+380 66 093 1949

The What’s On Check List

English Menu (partially) +
English-speaking staff +
Wifi +
Price

$$

WO Rating  4+

Khlebniy

The interior of the venue is a fresh take on the architecture and history of the building (Stalin’s period), and a reinterpretation of its past in a modern way. The feel is nice enough: pleasant brown shades is the eye candy, with massive wooden furniture and large metal decorations interweaving and bringing it all together.

“Three thousand years ago, bread came out of a combination of flour, salt, water, and yeast. It took us a little less time to realise that in this formula you can find love – for yourself and your loved ones. This love is in every loaf of ours!” – as they say in Khlebniy.

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As such, it won’t surprise you that the menu highlight is bread! With eight variants to choose from, wheat baguette (25 UAH), a typical loaf (20 UAH), and Ukrainian bread (30 UAH) are among them.

In addition, you can order bakery-fare like rolls, croissants, bagels, and doughnuts. The head baker, Vladyslav Marchuk, takes care of your food choices, with different kinds of hot and cold sandwiches also.

If you are a breakfast lover, then Khlebniy has options for you too: chia pudding, English muffins with avocado, and scrambled eggs and salmon are just mouthwatering!

What’s more, there is a large coffee menu. The barista is Slava Babych – the current world champion in making coffee in cezve. But don’t despair, as espresso (25 UAH), cappuccino (40 UAH), chemex (55 UAH), and filter coffee (40 UAH), among others, are also available!

Khlebniy
V Vasylkivska 67/7
7.30 – 22.00
khlebmylife
Insta khleniy
+380 44 466 0604

The What’s On Check List

English Menu (partially)
English-speaking staff +
Wifi +
Price

$$

WO Rating  4+

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