At first I heard about “Paul Bakery” on the Internet. Then in place snowboarders told me that there are awesome breakfasts for funny money. The truth was not to check, since I had breakfast included in the price and was so good that I spent an hour and a half every morning around the buffet. Strong overeat did not work, but I tried my best. So, I walked past this Paul Bakery, photographed the facade from different parties and still could not muster the strength to go inside personally. Once the mood and possibilities coincided and I did it. My opinion? Paul Bakery in the Olympic Village on Rosa Khutor – this is place to work, not for a snack.
The content of the article
- 1 Coffee shop Paul Bakery
- 2 Information to visit
- 3 On the map
Coffee Shop Paul Bakery
Over the two times that I was there (in the evening), I did not notice of the special influx of guests and always found a normal place where It was nice to sit with a cup of coffee and a laptop. Paul Bakery is The place is definitely a pleasant one. The interior is very simple, light, in decorative squares and with a minimum of furniture. Thereby the interior of the cafe looks very light, calm and has to sit there for a long time and with pleasure. To this it also helps free, relatively stable Internet, but the quality of the service and the execution of the dishes I mark as very mediocre.
I will deliver them exactly a troek, not even “good.” Coffee in Paul Baker cook, well, so-so. Baking – average, took the Prague cake, does not look like it. Prices are low compared to neighboring establishments. My a friend ordered his wok noodles, so little that he waited a long time (I went twice asking when it would be ready), so I also spat then – not tasty.
You can come to Paul Bakery if only because there is less people than in Surf Cafe and not as noisy as in Mammoth (which in general it does not work in the morning), it is cheaper here than in the neighboring “Pear”, and it’s a pity that everything is so tasteless – it could be perfect coworking site, although people don’t come to the Olympic Village work, of course. How does a coffee house do this? performs, but you yourself understand what a really cool place write reviews in completely different terms.
Coffee House Paul Bakery at Rosa Khutor
Information to visit
The restaurant is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm
There are Wi-fi and sockets.
There is parking for 30 cars with other establishments.
Business lunch for 350 r from 12 to 16 hours.
Breakfast at 190 p from 9 to 12 hours (coffee + roll + scrambled eggs). For Olympic Village is very budget.
In the last hour of work 50% discount on all baked goods.
On the map
Located in the Olympic Village at an altitude of 1100 meters straight about famous Surf Coffee.