Karla Marksa Ave. 46
Located in the cellar premises at Dnipropetrovsk's very center, the original cafe 'Myshi Blyakhera' is designed as a second-hand bookstore. According to legend, facility's concept was born, when during renovations a note-book that previously was owned by some Mikhail Blyakher was found under the wooden floor. This diary contained personal records and simple culinary recipes.
Mikhail, or as his friends nicknamed him, Mysha, was supposedly a businessman and was in charge at the vegetable warehouse, and in his free time, he liked to improve simple dishes' recipes. His recipes became cafe's basis. The specialties are salad with smoked mackerel, Black Sea jack mackerel cooked in special way, fried duck with cabbage, desert 'Netiramisu' and many others. The cafe has a large choice of drought beer.
Facility's interior is carried out in warm dimmed colors. The main decorative elements are old books that are put on shelves, stacked in piles, laid in form of walls. Good ventilation and non-smoking area fulfill the list of the cafe's advantages.