Great vegan cafe run as a workers' co-operative. The tables and the bar seem to by made by the crew themselves, and there's also an upper level where you are asked to take off your shoes to enter.
The food is served in great amounts, and was very tasty. We've had pasta with veggies, fried potatoes with four types of mushrooms, and the traditional East European dumplings with potato (vareniki), garnished with vegan sour cream.
The alcohol selection, however, is pretty limited, at two beers and one liqueur (limoncello), a bit of contrast to the lengthy menu which has salads, soups, mains, sandwiches and desserts. Service was friendly and efficient. English spoken, menu in English coming soon. Overall a great experience.
Cons: Little choice of alcohol