Jagannath na Kurskoj

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

24/30 Ulitsa Zemlyanoj Val (at Metro Kurskaya), Moscow, Russia

Offers vegetarian (lacto) and some vegan dishes (vegan in Russian is same as English) in Indian style. Cafe setting. Music, cultural events, no smoking, no alcohol. Previously called Jagannath-3. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, International, Fast food, Take-out, Honey

5 Reviews

First Review by Vitalina

Better to avoid - Edit

Ugh. Fully vegetarian place, but not good for vegan. Some dishes marked as vegan, but has non vegan components inside (honey, etc). :/ Here is also shop with variety of rare vegan and vegetarian grocery, but it isn't good - 1)got spoiled item twice (last time may 2018) 2) small space 3) not allowed to access fridge without asking security guard. Here is free ISKCON (sect) paper magazines (pro religious and anti feminist) in russian, but money for printing and distribution comee from every check in restoran, makes me feel guilty about eating there.

Pros: clost to metro

Cons: spoiled items in shop, money from your check goes to sect support pro rel, not vegan dishes marked as vegan

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Cozy place - Edit

There are many dishes, staff is kind

Cons: Mid-price category

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Disappointing - Edit

It's a buffet, but a confusing one with lots of labels in Russian. Everything is served cold, also curries and soups, which just seems weird? A member of staff was quite attentive and offered to microwave it for us, but still the dishes itself just weren't anything special.

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-18

Pros: Not expensive

Cons: Cold food

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Decreasing quality - Edit

I used to like food in Jagannath, but this place keeps loosing my respect.

There's too few vegan dishes, somewhy they use a lot of cheese everywhere. I didn't even find tofu in nori and chickpea claire, but there were adygei cheese cooked this way. It looked a lot like tofu (it's white and has same texture) so if not for label color I wouldn't have noticed that.

Somewhy they added it into vegetable dish to broccoli, cauliflovers and eggplants. I though that it's tofu at first, but, well, thank god I asked whether it's vegan. Had rather poor lunch that time.

Also they have awful-looking raw olivie.

The store they have is so expencive! I wouldn't buy something for such prices. However, they sell vegeterian cards for 100 roubles. That thing worth buying. You can register it online and then have discounts in a whole bunch of vegeterian and vegan shops and cafes in Russia.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-24

Pros: Good seasoning of dishes

Cons: Too much of milk and cheese, Expencive shop

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Jagannath na Kurskoj - Edit

I and boyfriend are regular visitors of this cafe. We visit it 1-2 times a week. Located next to the metro, there is a shop (expensive products), the food is very tasty, there is always a choice for vegans (see the green price tags). Cozy place in the Indian style.

Pros: food, convenient location

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