Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 — 23:00
on Sundays 08:00 — 23:00
The idea behind the first Khleb Nasushnyy bakery was very simple: to design a place where good people could gather to try good food. The result was a chain of cafes with cozy rustic interiors, which are always centered around large wooden tables where friendly groups and strangers can mingle. The wooden counters offer bread from all over the world: Israeli challah, Turkish simit bagels, Armenian lavash, Italian ciabatta, French baguettes, and Russian karavay and Borodinsky bread. The dough is kneaded by hand with yeast-free sourdough, and then it is formed and put into the stone ovens. As a result, baked goods with crispy crusts and flavorful centers can be bought as early as 7 a.m.
The chain’s menu includes not only baked goods, but also a variety of appetizers, soups, hot and cold open sandwiches with different fillings, and hot dishes. There are special options for vegetarians and those who live healthy lifestyles. The seasons are always kept in mind, so every change of season brings a special offer with dishes made of seasonal ingredients. For instance, Khleb Nasushnyy offers salads, soups, and desserts made from watermelon in summer. And from pumpkin in autumn.
In addition to non-alcoholic beverages (tea, coffee, and lemonades), there is a complete bar menu with wine, beer, and cider.
Photo: Khleb Nasushnyy
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