Instagram Email me!
I wrote a book! If you've ever wanted to learn a bit more about creating recipes, this series is designed for you. The first book focuses on cookies, because who doesn't love cookies?
Available now on Kindle.

Saturday, 17 October 2009

Jagannath, Moscow

So far as we could tell, there's only one vegetarian restaurant in Moscow (as opposed to St Petersburg, which has a whole chain).

Jagannath is a light space with bright decor, cheap internet access, and healthy, hearty Indian-vegetarian food. It's also very easy to order, even if you don't speak a word of Russian, because everything is laid out buffet-style and you can simply point at whatever you fancy.

We tried a few different dishes between us - in typical Russian style, the portions are small, so you'll need to order more than one. Everything seemed home-made and fresh, but a bit samey (lots of tomato-based sauces, and much less flavourful than I'm used to). No particular dish stood out for me, but there was nothing unpalatable; it was enjoyable but unexciting.

There's also a health food shop in the front, useful if you're self-catering and need to pick up something like soya milk that's otherwise very hard to find.

Jaggernath, Moscow

Address:11 Kuznetsky Most, Moscow
Style:Indian vegetarian
Date Visited:8 September 2008

1 comment:

mangocheeks said...

I am a vegetarian, I don't travel much or eat out, but I am finding your blog really refreshing, a nice change!. Thanks!

Post a Comment

Thanks for dropping in! I'd love to hear what you have to say, and if you leave a URL, I'll be round to visit you soon. (Comment moderation is on because the spam has become overwhelming!)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...