In the old Prishtina quarter, just behind the “Sami Frashëri” gymnasium, there is a charming café that has become a favorite among locals. This family-owned business has become a haven for early birds who are nurtured with coffee before starting their day. It is common to find groups of students in their school uniforms, bundled up around their tables, trying to do their homework while enjoying their morning coffee or tea during recess. The café also serves a variety of breakfast items, including crunchy toast and the popular chocoflex snack.
This café, with its cozy atmosphere and warm hospitality, has become a significant part of many people’s lives. For three years, I have made many memories there, and each season brings new beauty to the place. Summers are hot but liberating, winters are warm and comforting, while springs and autumns evoke a charming, old-world atmosphere.
Although I have graduated from high school, I still love to visit this café with high school friends and reminisce about the early mornings we spent there and the vitality of the place.