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.
|Address:||11 Kuznetsky Most, Moscow|
|Date Visited:||8 September 2008|