Walking on the pavement of Karaiskakis in the neighborhood of Psirri, suspended cards, blooming bouquets of flowers, a hare koustoumarismenos looking hour and a giant dragon on a terrace causing the curiosity of passers-by who pass the small door of a two-storey imposing building.
Entering the fairytale land of Little Kook it is sure that you will feel a child again surrendered in a dream world, but also in the guilty pleasure of sweets.
While carefully floral crockery served at heavy wooden tables filled with beverages such as spicy ursula with dark chocolate and sweet spices or fruit-flavored tea “The Garden of Grandma”, a solo piano dresses conversations and exclamations of admiration of visitors who leave for their little table in order to photograph the shop details excluded to prevent observe a single visit.
Plush fabrics, armor, bulky books, gothic sofas, porcelain floral columns, imposing portraits and colorful bulky cake behind windows are just some of the fairy details excite those who have already chosen their favorite table, those who whisper that they will return to the store accompaniment Lilliputians visitors, student groups that raise at lightning speeds instagram of older ladies who want the staff anxiously to know the initiators of space.
The Little Kook, if it was not a pioneering Greek (perhaps international too) coffee and pastry shop, it would be a Hollywood backdrop for the needs of the movie that would join all fables to one. Thousands of small details in every corner (from cups that coffee and tea are served the painted stairs and ceilings, where swinging magical treasures), seem to be sprung from the touch of a magic wand. And imagination in this case is not far from reality.
Little Kook is a magical nest where sneaked all our favorite fairy tales of Cinderella and Oliver Twist by Pinocchio, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.