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Postby Beholder » 16 Mar 2009, 20:30

Red wrote:went out on Saturday and had a nice shoarma. (Shaurma/ shaverma)
But I hear it's not very popular in Russia :o


Absolutely no! It's really popular in Moscow/St.Pet, traditional student food :)
You can find Shaurma point near to any metro station.
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Postby Yozhik » 27 Mar 2009, 15:03

Willa wrote:
Red wrote:Voted Subway

Do you guys not have a burger King? Not that I really like it.... but I miss it on the list.


Not yet! But one of my friend saw their vacancy on Monster.com to work in Russia! I suppose there is Burger King in Russia soon :)


My friend said they have opened the first Burger King in the shopping centre "Metropolis" ,along with the first H&M.
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Postby Yozhik » 27 Mar 2009, 15:05

My choice would be Mu-Mu if that is considered fast food =) It's cheap and I always leave the restaurant feeling sick from eating too much.
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Postby Trackball » 27 Mar 2009, 15:13

My choice would be Sbarro. Pizza, soup and drink = 109 RUB.
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Postby Beholder » 27 Mar 2009, 15:38

Hm, Metropolis looks like most-"european" shopping mall. First H&M, first Burger king, a lot of foreigners...
But they still have no toilet opened in every place for it :)
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Postby candie111 » 15 Dec 2010, 04:15

if i am hungry KFC is the first choice
i like its Hamburg very much
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Office/factory cafeterias from the Soviet or Perestroika day

Postby Uncle Pasha » 05 Apr 2011, 16:57

My first choice is factory/office cafeterias left from the Soviet or Perestroika days. Lots of them around but they don't announce themselves out loud. Many will not even have a cafe sign. You need to develop a feel for finding them. Usually 200-250 roubles ($7-8) for a good meal, often including a beer. Fast self-serve style. Seeing what you get removes the language barrier.

I'm making an attempt to document these at www.cheap-moscow.com/eateries.htm

My last find yet to be added to this list was a cafe in the bowels of the publishing house on Kievskaya (an ultra-expensive area) where two of us had less than a snack but definitely more than a meal for 109 roubles (sic).

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Postby dashen'ka » 02 Jun 2011, 10:02

Hello anyone! I am a simple russian girl) I want to speak with anybody about different things in Russia. Write me)
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Postby BuyGiftsItems » 27 Jul 2011, 12:06

I love tea and I'm used to having it nearly atleast twice a day or more than that
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Postby adsonbake » 13 Sep 2011, 08:17

My favourite food is McDonald's Big Mac. Its very delicious in taste. It is a combination of cheese, special sauce, pickles, patties and onions.
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