Echoing the sentiments of other reviewers - this place is hard to get to and find. Google maps may steer you to the wrong side of the building. If you are not a local, I recommend taking a cab or uber and ensure you are dropped at the main entrance area to the commercial park,off Kutuzovsky. The driver likely won't enter through the gates since they'd have to pay, so walk along the right hand side of the building to get to the cafe (With a v on the sign) at the end.
Once there, however, it is all worth the effort. The food is incredible. So so very good, beautifully presented, with caring, attentive service. It feels like a family-operated restaurant where they are serving 5 star vegan meals. If this place was anywhere else (London, Amsterdam, Paris) it would be absolutely packed all the time. Luckily for me, when I went it was empty so able to get a table no problem - but certainly it is not an appropriate reflection of the skills and food of the staff. I hope this place gets more and more of the recognition it deserves in Moscow. Go now and try the turmeric risotto, tempeh with eggplant creme and brigadeiro for dessert (forgive the picture, I had already taken a bite). A friend also highly recommended the dragon roll.
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