On the menu are dishes from the collection of Prince Curnonsky, a well-known in the last century restaurant critic from Paris. Here you can try spinach dumplings with curds, trout baked in yogurt with tarragon, salmon with grilled vegetables, poached egg in a croissant. A special pride are early breakfasts and coffee. The beans are roasted right here, and they even created their own secret blend Arabica Centaur.
To coffee they offer a Lviv cheesecake or fluffy macaroons. Here are spacious halls decorated with rarity menus, and terraces with greenery. Murals by Volodymyr Patyk on the winemaking theme, dated 1973, were restored in the restaurant.