Review: It is really hard to find vegetarian food in Russia, so thank God for Jagannath! I ate there 4 times during my 3 day visit to Moscow. Everything is labelled in Russian only, so I had no idea what I was getting. But at least I knew it was all safely vegetarian (not sure what the deal is for vegans though - it may have been labelled). The staff were really friendly (another thing that is hard to find in Russia), and I just pointed at something that looked good and they dished it up. The way it works is that all the food is in serving trays and you get small servings of anything you want. They had soups, snacks, stews, curries, rice, stir fries, pasta, desserts, everything! Each dish was about 100rub (£2 or $3) and I found that about 3 was the right number for me. Everything was delicious and it had a nice atmosphere and was great value. I highly recommend it! PS - try the square lump thing, it was delicious!