Ugol

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Starovagankovskij Pereulok 19s3, Moscow, Russia

Cafe offering vegan burgers and pizza, falafel, and waffles. Reported fully vegan August 2017, no longer offers dairy milk for drinks. Opened Feb 2017 in the city center. Open Mon-Sun 2:00pm-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Lacto, American, Western, Fast food

13 Reviews

First Review by alison-mc

Стали обсчитывать - Edit

Раньше,ходили часто,и наизусть знаем меню. Но к сожалению, больше в данное заведение не придем. Все последние 3 раза,говорили не правильную сумму счета. После третьего раза,решили бойкотировать данное место. В принципе,мы даже чаевые больше оставляли,чем обманывали в счёте. Но неприятен сам факт этого. Причем все последние 3 раза,рассчитывали разные люди. Это уже перебор.

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tasty, friendly, cheap - Edit

Very cozy place but a bit hidden. The staff is very friendly. The menu resembles a huge variety of vegan foods. From burgers, soups, salads and pizzas, to wraps, waffles and cakes. Sadly the menu is only in Russian but the staff is very helpful and everything is vegan so nothing can go wrong ;)
The prizes are very moderate especially the drinks are very cheap.
If you have the opportunity definitely check it out! It seems to be very popular amongst the young people here!

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cheap and democratic - Edit

Despite its very central location it was quite a challenge to find the place. It is located in the corner of a blind alley behind another cafe. I also noted that there was a hostel just next to it. At first I wasn’t impressed by the interior which was some sort of shabby and gloomy. Actually I didn’t even expect the food to be good. The waitress told us that their specialties were pizza and vegan burgers. We opted for pizza and it was ok. The only dissapoitment was that the pizza dough contained regular yeast. We found out about that afterwards...
I also had a glass of nice hot cacao with coconut milk.
The prices are moderate. Friendly staff.





Updated from previous review on 2017-12-30

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Acceptable, but old-fashioned approach to vegan food - Edit

Had the seitan burger, which unfortunately was quite rubbery and not really flavorful, on top of the burger itself being sub-standard in terms of bite, bun and toppings. There are better vegan burgers in Moscow for sure. Soft drinks were served warm as well. The service staff is really nice, but not the fastest - there was one person servicing the whole restaurant and making drinks.

Pros: It's vegan, which means a lot in a city like Mosco

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vegan heaven in Moscow - Edit

Epic food in a cool cafe. Make sure you save room for dessert too. I had the seitan burger and wedges, shared a Hawaiian pizza (smoked tofu, pineapple and cheese) and finished with the waffles with cream and chocolate sauce. Waiter was so lovely and offered to translate for us and recommended various dishes. The guys I went with had a snickers cake (massive portion) and a chocolate brownie (big again) - so good!

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so sweet! - Edit

Beauty and delicious food, friendly staff, amazing music “joy division”! Favorite place in Moscow

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Kind staff, amazing food - Edit

I chose to try the burger recommended by the staff and they made me the greatest smoothie to go with it.
I personally can't complain because the waiter himself effortly translated the whole thing, but they could have English menus and save themselves the bother. He started to explain about veganism until I told him I am fully aware and had gone on purpose. He said many Russians would go and then complain when they see there's no cruelty in their menu. So I take that as a good reason why they should indeed have English menus, if we foreigners seem to be the main target for now.
The "house" burger was amazing and the place has a friendly atmosphere. Everyone in the staff was very attentive although a bit shy given my language barrier.
The worst inconvenience is getting there on foot from anywhere beyond the closest Metro station, because it is a true pedestrian Hell.

Pros: Tasty, Friendly staff

Cons: Inaccessible on foot

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Delicious - Edit

Portion sizes are big, food is good. Magazines, books, and board games everywhere in the cafe. Kind of hard to find, you have to find the Federal library, walk 100m down the street, find the black gates, go in past a hostel, barber shop, another cafe, and a vape shop to find it. No clear signs, but ask within the alleyway and they'll direct you. Staff speaks English, lots of tourists. Really friendly atmosphere, recently expanded their menu so they have a lot more desserts to offer.

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Good vegan burgers - Edit

Came here on a very busy Saturday night, but the waitress was very kind and patiently explained the menu to us. Burgers and potato wedges were great pub food, group next to us had a massive and good looking pizza. It's a fun and relaxed place with board games. A little difficult to find: once you find the small street with Rolling Stones art you're in the right street, and it's the third or fourth place on the left; there isn't really a sign outside.

Pros: Relaxed atmosphere, Cheap, Comfort food

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finally an activists place in Moscow! - Edit

After all those yoga vegetatian places a vegan animal/human rights place! Food is good, the place a bit dull, staff great English speaking. Very cheap.

Pros: inexpensive

Cons: could improve the interiors

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unpretentious and good prices - Edit

This place is cool because they don't try to be super trendy - they are like an ordinary fast food place but everything is vegan. The people are friendly and the food is very good. I like it. Kind of hard to find but just ask someone if you get close to the address on google maps and can't find it. The door to the cafe doesn't have a very obvious sign and is tucked away behind some other businesses.

Pros: unpretentious , good food , good prices

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Great find! - Edit

The lentil burgers were possibly the best we've ever eaten. So great to find satisfying and well priced vegan options in Russia. Friendly staff that could speak English and restaurant has a cool metal vibe.

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Really delicious and affordable pizza - Edit

A small cafe/bar with a great variety of vegan burgers, pizzas, salads and desserts. I had a smoked tofu and vegetable pizza which was delicious and affordable! The menu is in Russian but the staff spoke English and were able to translate it for us.

Pros: Good value, Delicious food, Helpful staff

Cons: Location is hard to find

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