Next to Ivanoff House is Mocco Café. The café sign prompted us to enter. This tiny café was filled with cakes, cookies and pastries at the check out counter. Most customers were purchasing coffee and pastries to go.
Upon finding our seats we realized Mocco Café is part of Ivanoff House.
Décor and ambience
Decorated differently from Ivanoff House, Mocco Café has darker lighting and a smaller area. The café was empty when we were there except for to-go orders.
Coffee: Type, price and taste
Espresso, cappuccino and Americano were among the few coffee types of coffee in the menu. Our espresso and piroshky tasted just the same as Ivanoff House. When in Russia remember to try Russian blini (pancakes) with coffee or tea.
How to get there
Mocco Café is located next to Ivanoff House across the street from Catholic Church of St. Catherine on Nevsky Prospekt.
Nearest tourist/fascinating attractions
Catholic Church of St. Catherine, Kazan Cathedral, The Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood and Alexander Pushkin Monument and Arts Square. Nevsky Prospekt is the main shopping street in St. Petersburg. Check out the 164,690 square feet Gostiny Dvor department store.
Ambience, concept, décor 3.5/5
Information: Mocco Café