5 Vegetarian Places to Try in Moscow

Would you like to have hummus or extra-organic salad today? Moscow has lots of spots which are definitely worth a stop. We picked 5 vegetarian places to try in Moscow, which offer all-organic and the most tantalizing dishes.




Fresh is a trendy chain and one of its cafes is located 10 minutes away from the Red Square. The menu is all plant-based and involves a wide range of creative and beautiful vegan dishes: delicious soups, rice and noodle bowls, veggie burgers, wraps, sandwiches and much more. The bar menu is all about various healthy beverages, fresh juices, and vibrant smoothies. Be ready to take some time getting familiar with the menu and refrain yourself from ordering too much all at once!


  • Hours: daily, 11 am – 11 pm: Friday, Saturday 11 am – 11 pm
  • Address: Bolshaya Dmitrovka St., 11
  • Contacts: +7 965 278-90-89
  • Price: average bill – 700-1500 RUB (~ $11.5 – $25)




You might be surprised but the odd combination of spinach, avocado, and mango may be somewhat scrumptious! In Avocado café, there are lots of salads where the mixture of ingredients may seem strange to the new visitors. However, the experienced vegetarians love Avocado`s dishes both for their taste and healthiness. We promise you won`t regret tasting any of them! Moreover, the locations of the two Avocado`s cafés are in the very heart of the city.


  • Hours: daily, 10 am – 11 pm, Sunday, 12 am – 11 pm
  • Address: Tverskaya St., 5/6
  • Contacts: +7 495 629-28-02
  • Price: average bill – 700-1500 RUB (~ $11.5 – $25)




Jagannath is a chain of Indian-style buffets, located all over the city. They offer mostly lacto-vegetarian food with some vegan options. The place is always busy and popular with locals and foreigners alike. Jagannath is a self-service restaurant, while in a queue, feel free to ask the staff about vegan options and dishes. Another great side of Jagannath is that you can have a quick lunch at a very reasonable price.


  • Hours: daily, 10 am – 11 pm
  • Address: Maroseyka St., 4
  • Contacts: +7 (495) 978 16 11
  • Price: average bill  – up to 700 RUB (~ $11.5)




Sok is a small and cozy café located right opposite the famous Tretyakov’s Art Gallery, a few minutes away from the Red Square and Christ the Savior Cathedral. The café is primarily vegetarian, but they serve a great variety of vegan food as well. The menu is super convenient; all the dishes are color-coded: vegan options are green and raw options are purple. Raw dishes are mostly vegan as well, but some of them include honey (remember to read the menu carefully). There is a great chance to taste the most popular Russian traditional dishes, such as borsch, okroshka, and vareniki, in the best possible way.


  • Hours: daily, 11 am – 11 pm
  • Address: Lavrushinskiy Lane, 15, str.1
  • Contacts:  +7 (495) 953 79 63
  • Price: average bill – 700-1500 RUB (~ $11.5 – $25)




Be healthy, be trendy — that is what Verde Café is all about. Entering you will be certainly impressed by the great minimalistic interior — the wild Californian vibes are in the air! For your comfort, the menu is divided into two parts: raw and cooked dishes. What is more, the cafe offers its own products: yogurts, bread, kefir and vegetarian cheese — so, remember to pick yours!


  • Hours: daily, 8 am – 9 pm; Saturday, Sunday, 10 am – 9 pm
  • Address:  Kutuzovsky prospekt, 36, str. 4
  • Contacts: +7 499 350-96-44
  • Price: average bill – 700 – 1500 RUB (~ $11.5 – $25)


You may also decide to have breakfast somewhere out of your hotel or Airbnb that one morning. Well, we got you covered here as well.

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