If you really in hurry and don't want to go to special resto, this place is ok. They have many restos in Moscow, so it is easy to check for addresses. There are few vegetarian and vegan options available (ask for "postny" -vegan). Can't say that they have great service. Prices are moderate.
The last time I went to this place the waitresses were gossiping and we had to interrupt them to get a menu. They didn't like this. We left without ordering anything.
Sheer hunger has forced me to eat here a few times and it has a few options but they're not very creative. The main evening menu only has one meat free entree. Quiche. And they want 350 rubles for it.
In many ways it's like any European restaurant. It has a go at catering for vegetarians which is nice but the problem with this place is that the price and the quality don't equate with each other.
They do do a vegan soup of the day but if you are a vegan there's not much else.
Cons: hugely overpriced, Russian service, bad menu
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