Good coffee, great cheesecake! Nice comfortable lounge chairs and a cozy interior. Ideal to hang out for a few hours.
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Great location, good coffee, quick service, variety of snacks and bakery (personally didn't like anything except Napoleon cake) Good selection of wine in the stellar as well as groceries in the other section Good place to have breathe
Recommended by Lonely Planet, this place has a great decor and is inviting. Disappointed by the menu, especially since many of our choices weren't available. My husband had the vegan vegetable garden salad which turned out to be more like a side salad without dressing....More
The cafe caters to the Mongolian palate with western cuisines such as club sandwiches (beef or chicken) relatively flavorless in line with the local preference. The setting is superb in an old building that has been tastefully renovated. Downstairs is a wine store, and teas...More
I've been frequenting this laid back cafe for years. The food is generally good, the coffee ranges from good to abysmal, depending on who makes it. Staff are friendly. Good music, and couches for lounging. The clientèle is mainly locals, with a few foreigners. Good...More
Was showing a friend around town and was one of the few places open early in the weekend for breakfast. Good coffee and omelet was my order.
I was expecting lot more than i experienced. I waited my pizza for 25minutes because of waitress who was using her mobile on the desk whole time i was there. She brought the pizza when the chef could not wait her to bring so because...More
Nayra (upstairs) is a great place to hang out with friends or do some work with its fast wifi. My friend and I had a huge breakfast there that included coffee or tea, juice, toast, eggs, and bacon for 11,000 Tugrik. Perhaps pricey by Mongolian...More