It claims to be the first farmer’s restaurant, where one can not only dine out, but also pick up some groceries. This is the place to enjoy with friends and organic food.
The hybrid shop-restaurant is decorated like a kitchen. The favorite radio station appears to be Retro FM. Another source of noise comes from the caged parrot near the entrance.
A shop in the lobby includes a bakery, eggs, sausage, milk, honey, jam and caviar at rather high prices.
Koza-Dereza offers simple cuisine with village grace. The menu is mixed. The major dishes are Ukrainian, but also with strange inclusions of Georgian, Russian and Italian dishes. For the cheese addict, it’s paradise.