On one of the most unusual pedestrian streets of St. Petersburg, near Nevsky Prospekt, the nostalgic cafe “Kvartirka” is located. Here, the color of cozy Soviet-era houses was recreated: phonograph records on an old radio, a massive buffet with china, ficus on the windowsill, rare watches and a dial telephone, skis and sleds on the mezzanine.
The atmosphere of pleasant nostalgia is complemented by dishes familiar and loved from childhood, prepared according to Soviet recipes. You can eat them with homemade tinctures, spirits, beer or wine (from 250 rubles per glass).
While waiting for the order, you can join the “communal fun” and play lotto, dominoes, backgammon, chess and checkers.