Review: A wonderful place, opposite to the famous Tretyakov Art Gallery with a great view on the museum's main entrance from the outdoor veranda. Nice artful decoration, original details everywhere (see also my pics of the menu), extras like free WiFi and a chair for very little children. The service is superfriendly and the food just great. Lots of vegan and raw food choices (both color-coded in the menu, so easy to spot). I have been there only once, but I wish I could get back soon. I had the all-vegan courses: Caesar salad, pelmeni and a cherry-cheesecake. Pelmeni are a Russian traditional dish, a bit similar to ravioli, which is usually not vegan. Here they were stuffed with spinach and came with a carrot sauce. Dill was used for seasoning which made it - along with the spinach and the carrots- quite an adventurous combination, but it worked!