Cafe or Bistro



  • A café is a restaurant that does not offer table service. Customers order their food from a counter and serve themselves. A café menu traditionally offers things such as coffee, espresso, pastries and sandwiches. Cafes originated in Europe and are strongly associated with France. They are known for their intimate, relaxed atmosphere. Outdoor seating is another trademark of a café. A bistro is similar top a café, in that the food is simple, basic fare served in a casual setting. However, where a café may only serve coffee, breads, and pastries, a bistro may offer entire meals.

    It is well known that a small restaurant or café in France where you can have quick and simple meal is called a bistro. ... Peter Carl Faberge was a world famous master jeweler and head of the ‘House of Faberge’ in Imperial Russia in the waning days of the Russian Empire. Go to Foreigners in Russia. RT.com / RT projects / Russiapedia / Of Russian origin / Bistro. Of Russian origin.

     

     

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