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Top 5 Breakfast Places in Moscow

Moscow has so many options of great restaurants and cafes that it is often difficult to decide where to go. Since we love to go for breakfast, especially on the weekend with our families and friends, we tested many. Here are our 5 favourite places to go for breakfast in Moscow.
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5 - Moloko

Moloko has a completely different style. It looks more like an old french bistro and has a classical restaurant concept. The breakfast is great and the menu huge. Our favorites are the detox smoothies, all three of them are delicious. Definitely also try one of the organic bowls (they look and taste amazing!) and one of the savouries. The restaurant is open all around the clock and serve breakfast during the week days from 7am to 1pm and on weekends from 7am to 3pm. If you come with a bigger group, don't forget to make a reservation.
Location: Ulitsa Bol'shaya Dmitrovka, 7/5, bldg. 5
Metro: Teatralnaya / Chekhovskaya

4 - Remy kitchen bakery

This bright, colorful place with its stylish interior serves also such an amazing breakfast. It's perfect for early birds, since they start with their breakfast already at 8 am. Our favorite dishes are the zucchini pancakes with stracciatella, the brioche with avocado and poached egg and the freshly baked pastries from the counter, which you can even buy to take home. The breakfast menu is not the biggest, but we like the concept of customizing by ordering extra avocado, eggs, berries or whatever you need. Make sure to make a reservation on weekends.
Location: Malaya Bronnaya, 2
Metro: Tverskaya/ Chekhovskaya

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