Russian Cuisine Restaurant "Moo-Moo"
Had a long day? Hungry and tired? Drop by the nearest "Moo-Moo" Russian cuisine restaurant!
"Moo-Moo" is very popular with locals and foreigners, and there are good reasons for that.
First, it offers unbeatable rates. You can have a decent meal for the price of appetizer!
Second, you will get your meal fast. Just grab a tray, point at the dishes you like, and proceed to the cash register.
No time wasted on waiters and menus.
And finally - the meals are really good and fresh. In fact, "Moo-Moo" serves the tastiest borsch I've ever eaten!
There's a plenty of salads and appetizers for any taste. Want some real jam? Have marinated mushrooms, beef and calamari salads or herring with onion.
Having problem choosing the first dish? I really suggest you take borsch! As I already said, it's the best one in town!
Not keen on borsch? Choose between chicken, cabbage and vegetable soups.
Still not good?
You are welcome to try others, they are all yummy!
Meat pancakes make a good second dish. Want something more substantial? Order a piece of pork baked in potatoes.
If you are on a diet, have some red fish steak or baked fish. They are both tasty and healthy!
You can also order grilled dishes, such as shishlik, pork steak and kebab. Bear in mind - they'll take you some time. Since they are more expensive, there is no ready stock, and every order is prepared separately.
Just take a little sigh with a number and put it on your table. The waiter will bring your meal once it's ready.
If you need a garnish, you'll have to order it separately. Choose between vegetables, mashed and baked potatoes, buckwheat with mushrooms, and potato pancakes.
Separate garnish may not seem very convenient, but why overpay for a fixing if you don't really need one?
The final stage is to choose a drink. I'd recommend mors, kissel or compote. Or, you can order a tea and supplement it with one of the tasty desserts, such as apple pie, cheesecake, or grape fruit with raspberry jam!
Another good thing about "Moo-Moo" restaurants is that some of them are located just by the tourist routes.
When you get hungry, look for the spotted cow logo, eat, rest, and get ready for the next round!
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