A good place to eat delicious breakfast in the city centre. Very pleasant staff, especially waitress Ernesta. Martzipan sticks are amazing :-)
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We confused this place with another that has a similar name (Kepykla) located down the street. The Kepyklele on Pilies Street was outstanding. Cozy and clean. The service is attentive and professional. There’s no wi-fi here so don’t come here to disengage. The crepes are...More
Nice place, but unfortunately pet unfriendly. The waitress and barman was very rude when we entered with my dog.
Reasonably priced menu at cozy atmosphere. Its more than coffee house! Except pancakes and desserts there are great salads, main courses. Very good for breakfast/lunch. Pancakes are in high demand here - you may have to wait a bit. Recommended drink: natural tea from sea...More
Visited the cafe for breakfast, there was no greeting, no welcome. The waitress continued to behave in the same manner as the gentleman that unwillingly unlocked the door for us to enter. It was a very unpleasant visit. It was also difficult to locate the...More
Always seems to be busy which is reflective of the good service and lovely cakes and crepes they offer. Cosy inside and has real charm - well worth a visit.
This is a real delight. Whether you're enjoying a salad or a strudel you can bask in the warm interior of this Pilies street cafe and watch the world go by. Good for a rainy afternoon or some time between museums with a cup of...More
I stayed just by this cafe and had breakfast here in the mornings. Great coffee and will miss those amazing crepes. Had a ham and cheese crepe that was fantastic but the sun dried tomato and cheese was the my favorite! Sit toward the back...More