The first pyshka cafe by Ginza Project is open at Griboyedov channel embankment, right next to Sennaya Square
Make yourself comfortable to the happy songs from the loud speaker in one of the three nice rooms furnished with fresh flowers. The main dish is "pyshka", a Russian traditional doughnut, a St. Petersburg meme, the secret wish of everyone whether that be a silver-haired gentleman or a bearded hipster, a first-grader or a serious man in a suit. Golden brown and hot like the sun pyshka will "push" your mood up. Still hot from the oven, pyshka should be cooled down with one of the drinks ― we are serving sweet Crimean juices from three-liter jars, lemonades "Duchesse " and "Barbaris" from cone-shaped tubes, milkshakes and brewed coffee with milk, just as in the past.
Thick pyshkas sell for 15 rubles each; pyshka is a type of fast food which makes you feel good. In just three minutes your pyshka, generously sprinkled with powdered sugar, is on the plate. You are burning your fingers and your heart stops with delight. Take a look around: you are at home among strangers. With a simple move you shake the snow-white sugar powder off your clothes. There is a smile on your face, the pyshka has made your day. So you are sure to be back here again for this little childish pleasure.
- Address: Saint Petersburg, Naberezhnaya kanala Griboedova, 56-58
- Phone Number: +7 (812) 640-16-16
- Site: ginza.ru/spb/restaurant/pyshechka
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 21:00
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 - 21:00