A fragile breeze of green right in the middle of an urban ambiance. I suppose this is somewhat close to how Mute’s creators had imagined it to be described. A dark and almost entirely minimalistic interior on one hand, combined with branches of birch and freshly baked bread on the other – this place is excellent for a townsman eagerly wanting to try someplace fresh.
Mute is rather new compared to other nearby restaurants, but during its few months of existence, I’ve managed to hear plenty of good feedback coming from satisfied visitors, me included. I chose Mute for breakfast. A really nice one, actually. Terbatas street is a great place for people watching and during summer months Mute’s terrace provides a great spot on which to make it happen. Additions such as a warm July day, decent coffee and a quickly served morning meal was enough to make me want to return.
As far as my judgement goes, it’s safe to come here any time of the day. Either you come for a weekend breakfast or a slowly enjoyable after – dinner cocktail, it will be satisfying. The food, the drinks and the atmosphere are all set to make you happy whenever you wish to be.