The world of street food has become an integral part of large cities in Ukraine, the fashion for such food has gained momentum and has become a trend: it is nourishing, quick and inexpensive. In the variety of offers there are some interesting street food spots in Kiev that you should definitely try!
Crayfish&Eclairs, as it would seem at a first glance, are two incompatible products. However, the founders this street food spot in Kiev still decided to combine them. And they have already received a lot of positive reviews from satisfied customers. ‘Hard to find and impossible to forget’ perfectly describes this place, but the search is worth it. Everything here is just fresh, baked or boiled - no fried food. According to the chefs of Crayfish&Eclairs, it is not only for those who try to stick to healthy diet, but also for all lovers of getting a ‘gastronomic orgasm’.
Address: 1 Bessarabska Sq., Kiev
BORSCHMAN is the First food truck of unusual Ukrainian cuisine. According to the founders, Borschman is the first Ukrainian superhero. He has his own character and a striking van, which is impossible to confuse with any other. Menu here is really attractive: branded burgers and dessert, as well as wok noodles and a variety of drinks. Of course, all these traditional street food dishes have a touch of Ukrainian cuisine. The van roams from one street food festival to another, so its location is not constant.
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According to the founders of Jesus Coffee, craft coffee was born here along with coffee gastronomy and creative expression that comes through the tastes of drinks. This is one of the few coffee places where you can drink decaf (selected varieties of coffee beans that do not contain caffeine, but retain genuine flavor and aroma). Good news for cocoa lovers: here it is made with melted cocoa mass, brought from Peru. Address: Shota Rustaveli str., Kiev
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Try out these interesting street food spots in Kiev, they won’t leave you indifferent!