Being a meat-lover I had no interest in vegetarian eateries for a long time, but tastes change and I started exploring places for non-carnivores.
Sok serves Indian, Russian, Italian, Greek cuisine: salads, soups, pastas, second courses and a great number of desserts. There are vegetarian, vegan and raw food choices in the menu and some vegetarian dishes can be cooked vegan as well. For example, you can try vegan ice cream, raw charlotte or even “lassi”, Indian refreshing drink made of home-whipped kefir.
I am not a burger fan; nevertheless, I have fallen in love with their burger made with chickpea cutlet, black bun and delicate vegan mayonnaise. Besides the delicious food, I liked the clearly labeled and detailed menu both in Russian and English. The staff is friendly and ready to help with the choice.
What is more, Sok is situated directly in front of the Tretyakov gallery. After experiencing the arts, Sok is a good place to stay there and chill out a little bit! By the way, if you have a ticket from Tretyakov Gallery, you get a 10% discount on this day.