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Breakfast’s the most important meal of the day: when visiting a new city, it gives you the energy to explore! I have a few favorite spots for the perfect breakfast in Moscow, for all tastes. Whether you’re a sweet tooth or health fiend, there are great places to eat in Moscow for everyone.

Fill up with energy ahead of a touristic day by enjoying the best restaurants in Moscow mornings. Enjoy my guide to breakfast in Moscow, And don’t forget to read my other Moscow restaurant reviews, including my rooftop , hipster and  international  eateries reviews! 

For the best guides & tours in Moscow check out all the GET YOUR GUIDE TOURS HERE or why not book a tour with a local guide for a true authentic experience. Check it out HERE AT HI, HI!

Early morning breakfast run!

My Favorite Places to Eat in Moscow – Breakfast Edition!

1.  I Love Cake – Brunch & Pancakes to Die For!

1. Food: 5
2. Drinks: 5
3. Atmosphere: 4
4. Design: 4
5. Service: 4

A Russian café chain  you can find throughout the city, my favorite I Love Cake shop is in Patriarshiye Prudy. The perfect place for fans of cakes and other sweets, their specialty is American-style baked goods. Still, their breakfast selection is pretty wide and positively delicious. Some of my favorite options here are the avocado toast and the incredible marshmallow pancakes: an epic breakfast in Moscow.

The décor, a sort of cute diner/café, just adds to the all-around sweet experience. It’s one of the best restaurants in Moscow when you’re craving something sugary. It is open until the late night so if you are up for some sweets after a Patriarshhiye dinner, why not pop by!

Places to eat in Moscow
The lovely set up at I Love Cake

2. Cook’kareku – Breakfast in Moscow from All Over the World!

1. Food: 4
2. Drinks: 4
3. Atmosphere: 3
4. Design: 3
5. Service: 3

Those who love breakfast things above all else will find one of their favorite places to eat in Moscow in Cook’kareku.

Best of all – their building is pink!

An all-day breakfast joint, they specialize in morning meals from all over the world. Get a taste of how people from everywhere start their day! Even better: if it’s breakfast time in Mexico, New York or wherever, items from that place have the best price.
Small and cozy, the cool concept makes it one of the best restaurants in Moscow to start the day!

Cook’kareku is the place to be for breakfasts from all over the world!

3. Fresh – Healthy & Hip Food in Moscow

1. Food: 4
2. Drinks: 4
3. Atmosphere: 3
4. Design: 3
5. Service: 4

Those who need to start their day in the healthiest way will find their favorite breakfast in Moscow at Fresh. It’s the spot where you can find the best detoxes, juices, smoothies and vegan and vegetarian options. Their slogan is healthy is the new sexy and Fresh is all about organic, healthy and tasty meals!

This too is a small chain of places to eat in Moscow, and luckily one of them are located in Patriarch Ponds. A small oasis of calm in the hectic city, my order here is a wheatgrass shot with a delish smoothie. Each has its own story!

4. Café Benedict – A Local Favorite among Places to Eat in Moscow

1. Food: 4
2. Drinks: 4
3. Atmosphere: 4
4. Design: 4
5. Service: 4

The perfect brunch place, specially because it’s just around the corner from my place! Convenient location aside, Café Benedict is a cute and artsy spot with a cool, hip vibe. I come to do some blogging here when I need inspiration. On weekdays, it’s often full of freelancers and artists working on their laptops.

Breakfast in Moscow
Tea at Cafe Benedict

This place is great for breakfast and lunch. Their omelettes and avocado toast are among my favorites, and their hot fruit drinks are a total must. They’re beloved by Moscovites!

Tea at Cafe Benedict anyone?

 

5. Uilliam’s – The Hip & Trendy Spot in the Hipster Area

1. Food: 4
2. Drinks: 4
3. Atmosphere: 4
4. Design: 4
5. Service: 4

Uilliam’s is one of the most popular places to eat in Moscow for the young and hip crowd. Another Patriarch Ponds favorite, it’s a small and cool oasis, with a few touches of Russian traditional here and there. Their brunch is fantastic, and their lunch options are also pretty yummy. With a sort of casual chic décor, it’s a cool spot to spend an afternoon!

Uilliams Moscow – One of My Favorite Brunch Places

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When traveling to Moscow, it is good to prepare as much as possible in advance to make the experience as smooth as possible. As I have lived in this cosmopolitan city in the east for four years, I got it all covered for you. Check out Moscow guides below together with the best tours!

For all you need to prepare your trip and plan what to do in Moscow, read MY ULTIMATE MOSCOW TRAVEL GUIDE with top 10 things to do! For a Moscow beyond the crowd with all my sweet spots, read my MOSCOW LIKE A LOCAL POST.

If you truly want to get the local feel, book a tour with a LOCAL GUIDE AT THE NEW COOL SERVICE HI,HI.

Moscow is full of great restaurants and I have written 4 posts in addition to this one. Find them all below!

  1. THE 5 BEST RUSSIAN RESTAURANTS
  2. THE5 BEST INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS
  3. TOP 5 HIPSTER & TRENDY EATERIES
  4. 6 MAGIC ROOFTOPS FOR DINING AMONG THE STARS

Want to experience some true Russian luxury then check in at RADISSION ROYAL HOTEL. Want to book? THEN BOOK IT HERE!

I would strongly recommend to book a TRANSFER FROM THE AIRPORT as it is a bit messy when you arrive and once again, most of the drivers do not speak english.

For the best guides & tours in Moscow check out all the GET YOUR GUIDE TOURS HERE or the City Guide below!

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