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Put' k Sebe

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )
Contact 499-2571170
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Leningradskiy Prospekt, 1, Moscow, Russia,

Restaurant in the same building as a gift shop, near the metro but you have to look for it. Food is organic. Main dishes typically contain dairy, but has sides and salads that are vegan suitable. Cheap lunch set. No English menu or spoken. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Category: Lacto, International, Beer/Wine

Reviews (5)

First Review by shanery

Interesting Place - Edit

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.

Pros: Interior

Cons: Location, Not Vegan


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Unsure - Edit

After walking around for a good while trying to find this place I got there around 9pm and was told that the kitchen was closed. The waiter wasn't particularly interested in helping me find somewhere else to eat, but with persistence a more helpful member of staff appeared. After saying i was vegan they said that Put'k Sebe was vegetarian, not vegan, but gave me directions to Jagannath, a more vegan friendly restaurant whose kitchen stayed open later.

Pros: Booths looked cosy

Cons: Kitchen was closed


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I like this place a lot - Edit

I stayed near by and it was easy to find for me.
The food was good. On the second floor you will find small vegan store, where u can get a lot of goodies. And all for reasonable price, they have plenty books and CD's, for yoga,spiritual and healthy life style people.
I would recommend to go there.


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friendly and tasty - Edit

It took ages to find but we were welcomed with a smile and the smell of incense, then given a choice of cosy booths.

There was no English menu but the friendly English-speaking chef came out from the kitchen and gave recommendations.

We had vegetarian salads and risotto. Good but not amazing. But it's always so lovely to know you are being served 'safe' veggie food.

The coffee was also much better than most of the Russian chain coffee shops.

It's really hard to find. You need to go into the doors that take you to the station underpass and then you will see it. Look at the photos....

Pros: atmosphere, staff, the shop sells veggie ingredients, dream catchers

Cons: we were given a complimentary starter as we were c


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pleasant - Edit

I recently had a pleasant meal here. The waiter was friendly and very helpful. The menu was fine, but not as interesting for a vegan as, say, Advocado Cafe. Having said this though, the prices were better. The options were meals like mushrooms and potatoes. The meal I did have was tasty.

Pros: helpful staff, tasty food


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