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First Review by Ihgd

The place with vegan-friendly menu - Edit

This place has a unique oriental atmosphere and I did like it before. The main menu is vegetarian (or vegan) and wide (and delicious), but they have another fish menu so it's not a vegan place.
If you like hookah you can smoke it there, but if you don't smoke may be it's not a good place for you.

Pros: excellent vegetarian food

Cons: not a vegan place, sometimes smokey


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Ok, but not that ok - Edit

We ate here two times. First time we were there the first customers after opening time and got our salads very quickly. Salads though were small. Service was fine.

The second time was in the afternoon. We ordered Indian style plate (that they made suitable for vegan for upon a request) and pasta. Food was ok but very simple and expensive. Everybody among the staff did not spoke English so it was difficult to order. My dish was ready and brought to me a lot before my accompanies dish. So I have ated already when the other one just started hers. Normally foods should be brought at the same time for the whole table. That was a big minus.

Place could be much better for just drinking tea.

Pros: Tea selection

Cons: Food in general, Expensive for those dishes


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Great Service - Edit

The range of food for vegans was extensive & if you wanted something that had dairy they would make it for you. Menu wasn't fully English but had a lot of photos so you knew what you were getting. Staff were very helpful and could speak English well enough so you could order exactly what you wanted.

Pros: Delicious Food, Helpful Staff, Easy To Locate

Cons: Moderate Price, Couches Were A Little Uncomfortable


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Nice place - Edit

The place, like the other cafes with the same owners (Kashmir in Bolshaya Moskovskaya St. and Grand Cafe in Rubinshteyna St.), is very cute in its design, and offers pleasant service and nice food. The menu was slightly confusing, but vegan versions of meals turned out to be easy to negotiate. The miso soup was reportedly good. Kharcho, traditional Georgian soup, was a bit less spicy and thick then I'm used to, but the walnuts were well noticeable therein (a bit of walnut shell, alas, made an appearance). I'd say that Indian-style bread with potato filling was the best part, also thanks to very nice sauce. The beer was of Belgian cherry variety, nothing wrong with that either.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday February 25, 2014

Pros: Nice food, The look of the place

Cons: Mildly uncomfortable seats


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