Photo: Dacha Facebook Page
Want some country charm? Dacha – a family summer cottage – is a dreamworld of happy childhood memories for locals. This Odessa’s location, perched on a plateau above Arkadia inside Chkalov sanatorium, masterfully re-creates the atmosphere – on a slightly exaggerated scale. Food is homey, Odesa-style, with sumptuous portions. Breakfasts are served here from 9 AM. There are numerous variations of eggs, oatmeal, yogurts, crepes and pastries on the menu. You can choose between dining in the garden or inside the house filled with the random bric-a-brac typical for all dacha houses in Ukraine. This is your ultimate Odessa-flavor eating out option.
Address: 85, Francuzkiy Boulevard, Odessa
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Terrace. Sea View
Photo: Terrace.Sea View Facebook Page
This is one of the newest additions to the gastro scene of Odessa. Waterfront views from the terrace make it one of the most beautiful spots to breakfast in town. Inspired by nautical theme, this restaurant in Odessa reminds of a beautiful Mediterranean landscapes. This is where the well-groomed set comes for a late breakfast and a glass of morning champagne. The crowd here is rather posh, as are the prices on the menu, which are above average Odessa price range. Terrace. Sea View offers fresh scrambles, omelets, pastries, crispy bacon and hot breakfast favorites. The place works round the clock, so early breakfast is not an issue.
Address: Lanzheron Beach, Odessa.
Photo: Benedikt Facebook Page
The enjoyment of breakfast food shouldn't be restricted to the a.m. Benedikt is an all day breakfast and brunch place in Odessa. Benedikt works 24/7 and is located in a cozy quiet street away from noisy tourist and party crowd. Here you can order breakfasts, which are served around the globe: Peruvian, Italian, Israeli, classic English, American or continental - the choice is all yours.
Address: 19, Sadovaya street, Odessa.
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In addition to its lovely architecture Odessa has a vibrant cultural life, which translates not only into galleries and numerous museums but also good restaurants and cafés—perfect for a leisurely breakfast or brunch before a busy day.