Hands down one of the best. Very tasty food, exceptionally tasty lemonade and friendly staff. Orders are places via a tablet, so bonus points for keeping up with the technological progress.
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Good old place for lunch during business days or quiet brunch if live nearby. Good fresh salads and traditional bouillon with chicken
One of the great chain in Moscow - great food at every location. Used to be always busy, now a bit easier to get in. But lunch time is something you need to think ahead or plan a little cause still might be busy. Great...More
Correa's, in fact, is a chain - they have a handful of cafes scattered over the city and all of them are lovely. We love it for cozy brunches and for hip dinners. Simple and crisp interior, concise menu and hearty buffet brunch on sunday...More
great food, descent wine, nice chef. A bit pricey, but hey, we're in Moscow. It ain't cheap. And the burgers could be bigger :)
European-style coffee shop, although it was opened by the American. Good breakfasts, many sweets, reasonable lunches.
Excellent Breakfast Option, Walk in anytime between 8 am to 11 pm, weekends from 9 am. The staff is generally good, besides the one waitress who asked me to stay out of the restaurant at 8.50 am event tough the restaurant time said we start...More
Honestly, most of my colleagues love C and strive for their chicken teryaki roll. I think the place is overpriced and has limited variety. Yet their salmon pizza is REALLY something! - dough is generously covered with smoked salmon. Banana cake is also good.
we are having business lunch in Correa's from time to time. There is a fair choice of lunch options, though they are not updated, so you may end up having same dishes for lunch for several months if you visit the place often. Interior is...More