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 The range
of products includes: imported mozzarella, prosciutto, pasta, coffee and other
Italian goods. You can also grab a fresh salad or sandwich with lemonade,
filling one of the biggest gaps on the Kyiv food scene: Places where you can
quickly get a healthy meal to go.

Part of a
franchise first set up in Dnipropetrovsk, where the chain already operates six
cafes, this is Esperanto’s first venture into the capital. According to the
manager, Tatiana, another one is set to open in January, also in the center.

The Italian
atmosphere hits you straight upon entry. Bags of coffee,  bottles of wine, olive oils, sauces, and
cheeses fill the room. Appetizing salads and sandwiches are found on shelves, a
delight both for the eyes and nose.

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