With a name like Breadly, it is clear that the mainstays are loaves of different kinds – rye, whole grain, white, baguette, you name it. What makes this cafe special is that aside from the excellent bakery and patisserie, Breadly serves all-day breakfast, well-prepared coffee, as well as a variety of sandwiches and main dishes. The menu has enough items to satisfy most needs, whether you are vegetarian, vegan, a meat lover, watching your calories, or looking for a flavorful experience. I never fail to order a flat white, served in the classic way, and a Breadly breakfast set of salmon toast, omelet, and hash brown. My total comes to just over 80 thousand soums.
The bakery itself is best visited in the morning, before the area’s locals sweep away all the goodies. With croissants, pain au chocolat, macarons, cakes and different kinds of cookies and pastries, there will surely be something you’ll enjoy. Have you ever heard of avocado cheesecake? You will when you visit this cafe!
The outdoor terrace is an especially pleasant feature, and with Tashkent’s typically dry weather, there are lots of opportunities to enjoy the 30s-50s architecture of Oqqurgon street – formerly Novomoskovskaya street. There is another Breadly cafe in a different part of town, but this one is the original.