This modern shopping mall seems an odd addition to a nationally ‘protected’ park but its 3rd-floor food court offers a vast selection of cuisines that you can take out to eat on the open balcony (beside KFC) for sup…
This cosy cafe doesn't have the advertised espresso but does an excellent Turkish coffee served with lokum (Turkish delight).
Just off Fountains Sq, this small, split-level cafe uses sepia portrait photos to evoke Baku of the WWI era of the eponymous novel by Gurban (Kurban) Said. A picture menu spans a gamut of styles from Georgian to Mex…
This low-key American-style cafe serves Baku's best coffee along with bagels, breakfast burritos and a soup-sandwich lunch combo.
Chicken fast food enlivened by starburst ball lamps and bare stone-and-brick walls. Wi-fi is free if staff can remember the access code.
Bold yellow and oranges with alcoves of little camel figures make this place feel a little step above most fast-food options.
Kafe Tbilisi has a tetchy manager but the prices are very reasonable (if double what the English menu says!). Try the scrumptious eggplant strips topped with walnut paste (40q each).
With a wide-ranging, international picture-menu, this Cafe City occupies a vaulted old building on the corner of Sahil Park.