Budget and Mid-Range restaurants
(Russian and European food)
It's a chain of self-service restaurants scattered around Moscow. Grabli offers an excellent choice of tasty food and the prices are very reasonable (a meal costs roughly 8-10 EUR).
1. Metro: Novokuznetskaya, 27 Pyatnitskaya St.
2. Metro: Kievskaya, 2 Kievsky train station square. (inside Evropesky shopping mall)
3. Metro: Arbatskaya, 1 Arbat St.
This popular self-service eatery has a rich choice of traditional food. The prices are inexpensive (expect to pay 8-10 EUR). The interior follows a Russian village theme.
1. Metro : Tverskaya, 9 Maliy Gnezdnikovskiy Per.
2. Metro Smolenskaya, Arbat, 45/24 Arbat St.
3. Metro Frunzenskaya in front of the metro exit.
Taras bulba korchma
Ukrainian food is similar to Russian. Among the most traditional meals are borsch (beetroot soup) and vareniki (dumplings stuffed with potato, mushrooms, cheese, cherry). Korchma has a nice interior that looks more authentic than in Moo-moo. Big hearty meals, dinner will cost 10-20 Eur.
1. Metro: Novokuznetskaya, 14 Pyatnitskaya St.
2. Metro: Smolenskaya. 12/19 Smolensky blvd.
3. Metro: Chekhovskaya. 30/7, Petrovka St.
Jonjoli (Georgian food)
Jonjoli offers a rich choice of Georgian dishes prepared according to old family recipes. Fragrant bread, cakes, and khachapuri are baked in tandoors installed in the kitchen. You can try suluguni, meat and fish, nailed on the grill. Georgian wines, unhurried conversations and the sounds of music create the atmosphere of a real Georgian house. An average meal costs about 20-30 EUR.
1. Metro: Chistye Prudy, 24 Myasnitskaya St.
2. Metro: Tretyakovskaya, 8 Klimentovsky Per.
3. Metro: Tverskaya, 23 Bolshaya Dmitrovka St.