Kompot Restaurant: From Odessa to Kiev

17.02.16
Kompot Restaurant: From Odessa to Kiev

Loved all across the country restaurant chain ‘Kompot’ originating from Odessa has recently moved to the capital. Finally, Kiev residents do not need the make the whole way to the ‘Southern capital’ to enjoy famous Odessa cuisine from ‘Kompot’.

Photo: Kompot Official Facebook page

The name of the restaurant derives from kompot, a non-alcoholic sweet beverage that is the part of culinary cultures of many countries in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. It is cooked by boiling fruits such as strawberries, apricots, peaches, apples, gooseberries or cherries in a large volume of water, often with sugar or raisins as additional sweeteners and spices such as vanilla or cinnamon for richer flavor. It can be served hot or cold, depending on tradition and season. Indeed, this homemade variation on the juice theme is the ‘pearl’ of the restaurant: guests are offered to try various tastes of the beverage at the place and to buy take-away.

Photo: Kompot Official Facebook page
Every day, while the city is still asleep, the ‘Kompot’ kitchen bakes fresh French croissants and prepares tasty home-style breakfasts that are served all day long, by the way.

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Only here you can order a portion (or two, most probably) of the proper Odessa vorschmack (usually spelled as forshmack in Ukraine) - Jewish cuisine cold appetizer made of chopped herring, sometimes with addition of chopped hard-boiled egg and grated fresh apple, served with bread or pita. Furthermore, you can try here all the typical dishes of Odessa, Kiev and Soviet cuisine.

Photo: Kompot Official Facebook page
‘Kompot’ became famous all over Ukraine thanks to delicious breakfasts, freshly baked bread, croissants and pastries, warm Odessa hospitality and favorite home-style delicious dishes that have a taste of childhood. Do not hesitate to visit one of ‘Kompot’ restaurants in Kiev or Odessa, you will not regret it!

Address in Kiev: 57/3 Velyka Vasylkivska str.
Addresses in Odessa:
20 Deribasovskaya str.
70 Panteleymonovskaya str.
“City Center” Shopping Mall
1 Admiralsky Ave

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