The new spot of the family Très Branché opened in the very center near the metro ‘Golden Gate’. The restaurant has positioned itself as a place for young people, so it’s ok to come here with noisy company. The place is quite small, so I’d suggest to make a reservation if you need a big table.
The interior: motives of Montmartre in downtown Kiev. Graffiti-painted brick walls, lampshades and concise photographs from the Paris exhibitions capture a spirit of “new” France. The textured ceiling looks exactly like a wall from the show Maison et Objet, where everyone could drop a few words.
Despite the bold interior design, the menu of Très Branché is pure classics and full of proven, favorite French dishes. Water and bread basket offered for any order. There are dishes that are suitable for vegetarians. Breakfasts and business lunches are available. Also there are soups on the menu. Prices range from 75 uah for breakfasts and desserts to 200-400 uah for the main dishes. The wine list has a wine for every budget, including house wine (about uah 100 per glass).
In general, a pleasant place, with a monthly list of hosted events. DJ parties are also announced – so no wonder there is quite an interesting cocktail menu as well.