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Airdrie, United Kingdom
August 8, 2006
I can highly recommend traditional Russian borscht (beetroot soup). There is also a large selection of salads, meat dishes and an array of desserts. Alcoholic drinks are also served here along with juices, coffee, tea and all favourite fizzy drinks.
The restaurant itself is very clean and the toilets are some of the nicer toilets I had seen during my stay in Moscow.
All in all the cheap food, easy to order from menus, tourist friendly staff and cleanliness made eating in My-My and enjoyable experience.
From journal 6 Weeks in Moscow
May 19, 2005
Lots of seating is available, and the atmosphere is lots of fun. It’s also good for non-Russian speakers because there is an English menu available and one can point to items that one wants. The food and drinks are very reliable, there are two levels of seating, and the food is very delicious and fast! Also, as is almost always the case in Russia, Moo-Moo has a full bar with many drink options.
Cafe Moo-Moo (it looks like My-My in Cyrillic) is located about halfway down Stary Arbat, a pedestrian shopping street that caters to tourists but also attracts locals. It can be reached either from the Smolenskaya or Arbatskaya metro stops.
From journal Yummy Moscow Restaurants