Breakfast stops in Moscow

Breakfast stops in Moscow
30 July, 2015


If you are not looking for the cheapest option in one of the most expensive cities in the world but want something worth your money, Uilliam’s has a great menu for you. The most popular breakfast request comes at RUB 700 for two courses, both very generous and delicious: Açai berry short with yogurt on the side of a toasted sesame bagel with such toppings as lemon hummus and smoked salmon, or both. Then follows poached eggs sitting on a muffin surrounded with spinach topped with Hollandaise sauce and shaved Parmesan cheese.

20A Malaya Bronnaya Ulitsa, Metro Mayakovskaya.

Tel. (495) 650-64-62.



If you have a hard time choosing what to have for breakfast, Kitchenette might make it all much harder, since their menu is quite large. However that can be a good thing, because if you go with friends, you can try many different breakfast courses. The prices are not too out there, but it’s Moscow. And if you love flavored lattes, this place has pumpkin, orange, eggnog and ginger-spice lattes. Their eggs benedict on warm, sweet brioche bread are a staple. But they also have low calorie and vegetarian options. There is a 10% discount on weekdays before noon. After that there is a business lunch for RUB 350. And if you are an early bird, you’ll be happy to hear that they open 8 a.m.

They have two locations:

6 Kamergersky Pereulok. Metro Teatralnaya. Tel. (495) 221 88 47

2 Presnenskaya Naberezhnaya. Afimall City, 5th floor. Metro Vystavochnaya. Tel. (495) 727-98-90.


If you are a vegetarian, this should be your next stop. They have a range of all-day breakfasts, including things like tofu scrambled eggs, avocado toast, veggie rolls, quinoa dishes, falafel and green juices and smoothies. If you see their reviews and pictures on Trip Advisor, you will want to visit this place. Prices range from RUB 300 to 400.

They have two locations:

11 Ulitsa Bolshaya Dmitrovka. Metro Arbatskaya. Tel. 8 (965) 278-90-89.

10/7 Yermolaevsky Pereulok. Metro Mayakovskaya. Tel. 8 (968) 44125 91.

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