"Mokh" café was one of the first places in Moscow to completely abandon the use of animal products in its menu. The café changed several locations (the most famous is at Danilovsky market) and two years ago it finally settled on the territory of the Artplay design center near Kursky Railway Station. Unlike many other vegan cafés, "Mokh" did not limit itself to dishes with popular ingredients but developed a full menu for every day with breakfasts and dinners. Special attention was paid to desserts and coffee: the pastry list is regularly updated with new items, and hot drinks are made with different kinds of plant-based milk.
The menu features a wide selection of hearty salads from onigirazu to poke bowls, more than a dozen second courses and appetizers (the hummus, mushroom pate, and zucchini guacamole spreads are worth trying). Classic desserts include peanut butter cheesecake with chocolate, orange currant cupcake and spicy chocolate with prunes and nuts.
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