Cafe Imbir - Ginger

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 6 reviews )

Zhilyanskaya 7, Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine

Vegetarian restaurant with a spiritual theme. Menu denotes which options may be made vegan, plenty of vegan options. Also selling a small variety of health related products including but not limited to spices, oils, raw products. A large inventory of books available to browse or purchase covering a variety of topics from vegetarianism to psychology. Previously called Literary Cafe Ginger. Address in Russian: г. Киев, ул. Жилянская, 7. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, International, Italian, Macrobiotic, Organic, Western, Take-out

Reviews (6)

First Review by Kite-n-Wind

excellent food - interesting menu - Edit

We arrived late but they still served us! Lovely warm atmosphere (loved the books) . The menu is small but very interesting . The tofu & spinach in chickpea pancakes were delicious

Pros: interesting menu

Cons: no wine

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Cafe Imbir - calm atmosphere during supper - Edit

Together with my two friends we visit Cafe Imbir couple of days ago.
The ordered food was super tasty (for all of us) and we found it very well prepared. I would totally recommend to visit this place not only for unique food experience but also to enjoy the interesting interior.
Also, the dishes were beautifully presented on a plates.

The staff was very kind to us with explaining the content of the dishes in english.

Pros: tasty food, well prepared food, magical atmosphere

Cons: small portions

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simply amazing - Edit

had an amazing seitan dish that blew my mind. recommend a three dish course cause the amount of food is pretty small.

Pros: almost everything can be made vegan, SO GOOD

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Spiritual and classy place - Edit

This is a clean and classy place, mostly men in suits eating there when I was there on a weekday at lunch time. Imbir had an air about it, which was a little too spiritual for me,... even though I usually like this stuff. The bhajan music was a bit loud and repetitive, though also calming.
Menu isn't labeled that well for vegans, although there are a number of options. Kind waitstaff spoke English which helped. I just had the fresh rolls, smoothie, and a juice. Rolls were good and served with a peanut sauce. The wi-fi worked well and I'd go back again to try more options and get some work done.

Pros: Juice and smoothies, Raw options, Spiritual environment

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Good food, nice atmosphere - Edit

This is a really relaxed place, which was nice after a long day. It's not 'fancy', but it's on the nicer end of the spectrum.

They have an English menu, which is a huge plus. Also, free wi-fi. Compared to other places in the city, though, this place is a bit pricy, even more than places that I found to be nicer and more delicious.

The food was really good, though. I had a seitan stew with mashed potatoes & the soup of the day. Everything was great. I'd definitely go here again.

Interestingly, EVERYTHING is for sale in here. The books on the shelves, some of the decorations, etc. You could buy anything you saw.

Pros: All-veg, English menu, Relaxed

Cons: A bit pricy

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Great! Great! Great!))) - Edit

Wonderful ambiance, tasty dishes, a lot of useful books for selfsearchers;)
Not too expensive for such a place.
You should visit it for sure!

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