Oki Doki Cafe

Oki Doki Cafe
06 May 2014

If you’re looking for cheap and delicious food during your time in Moscow, be sure to head a little out of the city centre to Oki Doki Cafe, on Pyatnitskaya Ulitsa (Пятницкая ул.), near Novokuznetskaya metro station.

This delightful restaurant (it may be called a cafe but it’s definitely large enough for the term “restaurant”!) is located opposite St. Clement’s Church and offers international cuisine at decent prices, along with fancy cocktails in super cool glasses.

The choice of food is really varied, and there are two different menus to choose from, along with daily offers. The sushi and Asian cuisine is highly recommended – as you can see from the photos, the smell of the starters was so enticing that we dug straight in, forgetting to take photos until our mains arrived shortly afterwards!

The wait staff were lovely and friendly, and were able to tell us about the different ingredients, and happy to chat to us as well.

Their website can be found here, and as you can see, there are various locations scattered throughout Moscow.

With a daily sushi happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, and a menu that is regularly refreshed, Oki Doki Cafe is not to be missed!

 

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