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12 Vosstaniya str., Saint-Petersburg, 191014
  • I've already written a review on one amazing place in Saint-Petersburg, which is Pitcher Coffee Bar and I want to talk about another food place this time - a bakery
  • It tastes nothing like the American bread and all the bread you can find at the store
  • I'd recommend to try the cinnamon rolls, croissants and stuffed pies in there - they all are delicious
  • It has a rather unusual taste and texture to it too, so definitely try it
  • By the way, their macarons are one of the best I've tried so far


by Irina

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    I’ve already written a review on one amazing place in Saint-Petersburg, which is Pitcher Coffee Bar and I want to talk about another food place this time - a bakery. Bakeries in Russia are everything and you’ve got to try the pastries or desserts from there if you’re ever in Russia. This particular bakery I’m going to talk about is a chain restaurant, they already have over 30 locations all over Saint-Petersburg and you’ll probably stumble upon it at some point, if you’re walking around the North capital of Russia. You just have to look for the white-red sign “Цех 85″. Sometimes you can also recognise it by the neon number 85, as no other bakery in Saint-P has a similar sign. However, not all these bakeries use it.
  • Tseh 85 bakery
  • It’s pronounced like “Tseh 85″ and don’t bother trying to say or translate that, cause the name will say nothing to you, but this is a pretty new bakery chain that is growing rapidly. The address I’m leaving in the location section is the location in the city center, which you’re very likely to come across, if you’re a tourist here. Inside the place looks pretty modern and bright, so you can also see lots of young people in there, having lunch or taking a coffee break.

  • Tseh 85 bakery
  • As any proper Russian bakery, this one bakes their own bread and you’ve got to try the freshly made bread from the bakery! It tastes nothing like the American bread and all the bread you can find at the store. Bread is actually an important part of Russian cuisine and trying it is a must, when you’re visiting Russia. Even if you don’t buy it from this particular bakery, just try it! It’s so worth it. And it’s inexpensive as well. One loaf of bread will usually be around 60 rubles (approximately one dollar) and you can always ask for only a half, if you don’t want to get the whole thing.

  • Tseh 85 bakery
  • The pastries are really good too. Don’t hesitate to ask which are freshly made, so you get the softest, most mouth-watering ones. I’d recommend to try the cinnamon rolls, croissants and stuffed pies in there - they all are delicious! There is also one pastry that you will not find anywhere, except for Russia and a few European countries, - a Rum baba. It is essentially a small yeast cake saturated in syrup made with rum and glazed like a donut. It has a rather unusual taste and texture to it too, so definitely try it.

  • Tseh 85 bakery
  • The desserts here are also great. You can try the classic Russian Pavlova dessert that is famous all over the world. They also offer a variety of cakes and pies that you won’t see in other countries, along with the classic truffles, cheesecakes and macarons. By the way, their macarons are one of the best I’ve tried so far! Buy a box of those to take home and I promise you that they won’t let you down next time you’re craving something sweet.

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  • Other things are pretty standard here. I rarely sit down to eat at this bakery, even though they actually have enough tables and chairs to sit down and enjoy your dessert or a meal. The coffee in here is nothing special, kind of reminds me of the coffee at Nestle Toll House cafe, it’s fine, but it’s not something I’d like to pay for. By the way, the “tseh” also offers nice and affordable meals, but I don’t recommend those to tourists, since they have nothing to do with the Russian cuisine. This place has more of a European vibe to it and they have standard soups, salads and sandwiches, so I’m going to skip that part and go right into the conclusion. But just in case you’re wondering, this place offers breakfast options like eggs and sausages, porridge, crepes and they have quite a lot of vegetarian options and even a few vegan things on the menu.

    Overall, my point here is that you need to check out the Russian bakeries, when you’re in Russia and this one is really nice, since I go there myself rather often. Check it out, if you’re ever in Saint-Petersburg and don’t forget the bread!



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