Pit’ Kofe is one of the oldest diner chains consisting of more than 10 coffee houses in Rostov-on-Don. It’s a perfect place to spend an enjoyable time with a cup of delicious coffee, hot chocolate with marshmallows, or a glass of hot wine punch accompanied with a lovely piece of cake, amid the cozy interior.
In addition to the chain’s brand accents – orange and brown colors dominating in the interior, muted lights, and lounge music in the background – each coffee house has its own unique theme. For instance, there is a mail-themed coffee house, with parcels, letters and other similar decorations; a jazz-themed café, where you’ll find a canonic saxophone, music notes and pictures of famous jazz musicians on the walls; and one inspired by IT and social networks, with orange keyboards, PC mice devices, monitors, speakers, and logos of the most popular networks.
The chain’s trademarks include prompt, polite and thoughtful service, with staff always ready to help and take you through the menu. The latter mostly lists coffee and other beverages, including teas, cocktails, lemonades and many more. Next comes the dessert section able to tempt even those on the strictest of diets.
The Pit’ Kofe chain doesn’t limit itself to coffee and dessert, as you might have assumed from the name — in Russia, the term ‘cafe’ refers to a daytime eatery in most cases. You will find a full menu here starting with a generous breakfast selection, with porridges, eggs, cream cheese fritters, cottage cheese, pancakes, sandwiches, and burgers. A perfect lunch choice would be a bowl of chicken soup with smoked sausages and croutons (≈$2), spaghetti with seafood (≈$3), creamy lychee latte (≈$2), and a piece of coffee cake (≈$2). There are also plenty of salads, main courses, pastas, pizzas, and a variety of sushi and rolls.
In brief, here you’ll always find something to treat yourself with, including a shot of vodka or whiskey or a well-crafted cocktail – one for the road.