This place is very close to metro, but it's uneasy to find it. It's inside the residential courtyard of the building. You should get through the arch, turn left and find the door. There is no real sign, only a piece of paper with the name. But when you get inside, the place looks very cute. The interior is very atmospheric, inspired by Indian and Chinese cultures. It's not only a cafe, it's a large gift and grocery shop as well. The prices are reasonable for Moscow, but not cheap. The menu is not vegan friendly, all the dishes except some salads and side dishes contain dairy. But their lunch is usually vegan, and costs only 200 rubles!
There is no English menu, and staff doesn't speak English, and don't really understand the idea of veganism.
Cons: Location, Not Vegan