An establishment with a grocery store, salad bar, culinary section, and its own kitchen, where they bake bread, grill meat, assemble burgers, roll sushi, and prepare pizza.
In contrast to food courts like DEPO and “Central Market,” at the “Gogol-Mogol” food hall (Moscow, Gogolevsky Boulevard, 19/2), all the stalls are run by one team, and it operates 24/7. What makes this place interesting, among other things? Of course, it’s the extra charge for cooking. Today, we’ll talk about that and how much it costs to have lunch here.
Yandex Maps rating – 4.5 (based on 2269 ratings). Guests say: “A haven at Kropotkinskaya,” “Delicious, fast, relatively inexpensive,” “Fresh, homemade food,” “World-class lobby bar! Super staff!,” “I really like this place. They cook right there,” “Rude staff and customer service.”