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In the heart of St. Petersburg, in the house of the company Zinger, who is known to many as the "House of Books", on the second floor is located the cafe Singer. Huge panoramic Windows overlooking the Kazan Cathedral and the Nevsky Prospekt, spacious rooms with classic interior design and soft light will make you plunge into the atmosphere of the early twentieth century. What could be better than to start your day with a delicious Cup of coffee and freshly baked cakes, watching through the haze of the morning mist on awaking city? In the menu of cafe Singer You will find a large selection of delicious German desserts, omelets and snacks to start the day. After a light or hearty Breakfast, you…
With a nice view through the windows overlooking Nevsky and the Kazan Cathedral, this café offered us more relaxing moments over two cups of coffee and two local pastries –missed the names. Coffee was decent and the desserts ok.
Waiters spoke English, but what we...More
We had lunch there. The liver pate was tasteless. The dumplings were not that great....The honey cake was dry. The still water was sparkling and breathtakingly expensive. The service was slow and uninspired.
Date of visit: January 2019
Singer C, Администратор at Singer Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 9 February 2019
Thank you very much for your review! We will consider your comments about the dishes and we will do our best to improve.
At the first floor of the historical building 'Singer', this cafe restaurant is a jewel since the interiors are Art Nouveau and Liberty and dates back to 1902.
There is a wonderful view overlooking the Kazan Cathedral and Nevskii Prospekt.
You can have a good...More
We enjoyed our visit. The exterior of the building is quite impressive. The upstairs restaurant is a little joy with a great view of one of St. Petersburg's most impressive buildings.
Food and drink were good and the service quietly efficient. Good language skills of...More
I stopped here for lunch with my mother. Cafe was busy and I felt tables were quite tightly placed.
We ordered mushroom and potato and pork dumplings (pelmen). Dumplings came with sour cream. Food was bland but my understanding is that it’s supposed to be...More
I was expecting a more traditional cafe' with sweets, coffees and teas. I did not find any, I did not realize the cafe' was on the second floor. However there was still a huge inventory of stationery, books, gifts and souvenirs on the first floor....More