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Monday, September 22, 2014

Evbaz Cafe (Kiev, Ukraine)

Evbaz Café, on Vorovskoho Street just south west from Peremohy Square.  Kiev, Ukraine.  The inside is small but the outside patio is very large with 8 large 12 ft by 12 ft  Stella Artios umbrellas all in a row.  It is not for from the Main train station and the turn around for numerous street cars.  The inside is small there are two parts separated by the kitchen in the middle.  Most people sit outside and socialize.  The following is the story that is printed in their menu in English:

"The history of our café is very old.  It took place from the end of the XIX till middle of XX St.  Evbaz was a Jewish marked.  Jew in Russian Language and market together make Evbaz. It was a place where you can buy or change everything you need (new an and second hand clothes, food, animals so on).  Sellers were just not Jews but Chinese Gipsy and many others.  It was an international market. At this place discussed politics and cultural situation in our country.  People did not read news papers that time, but they took all the news from Evbaz. Evbaz it is a piece of Kiev.   Now nothing mentioned about that time except our café.  Exactally here were the same café with most tasted samogon and marinated cucumbers in Kiev.  And we want you to jump into the history of our city and with us.  We wish you " bon appetite"

We had the Varenyky which were very good and nice and fresh.  The Greek salad was also very good.  The wine....mmmmmm....lots to be desired.  They have one toilet for everyone.  Across the street is the mall and a 24 hour grocery store as well.  Good place to sit and watch the street cars travel by.  they have an English menu as well as of course Ukrainian menu. I forgot to check in to how many beer they carried, but just about everyone else was drinking beer.

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