Laŭka (from Belarusian for ‘a small shop’) is one of the first take-away places that opened on hipster Kastrychnickaya st. The quick 24/7 service and extensive snack and drink menu instantly made the place the area’s main attraction point.
Laŭka’s specialty is the grilled panini-like sandwiches made with freshly baked ciabatta and a wide range of ingredients. You can go for the all-time classics like bbq chicken or ham & cheese, or try the original ones with bacon and pear or turkey and sorrel. I suggest grabbing a cup of great cappuccino with it as well. The place is small yet cozy and usually crowded with young locals after 10pm, so sometimes you may find a queue starting outside in the bustling backyard.
You can enjoy your meal and drink there, chatting with the locals or taking great selfies with the Kastrychnickaya street art, or simply have it paper-wrapped to save it for a stroll along the banks of the Svisloch river nearby.