blood pudding with poached egg, goat yogurt panna cota and some coffee.


who: co-owner of Haggis Pub&Kitchen and Zotman Pizza Pie.

what’s on your mind: my two daughters all the time.

if you could open any cafe/restaurant in any city, where and what would it be: 100% it would be London, something small and tasty with good wine selection.

location: Moscow, Haggis Pub&Kitchen.


muesli, latte and some ginger lemonade.


who: sales director of a russian fashion brand and a fashion blogger.

what’s on your mind: 90% of my wakefulness time is full with fashion. So my mind is buzzing with words like «collaborations», «runway shows», «fashion shoots» and etc. And I’m constantly thinking about a remote island somewhere in Indian ocean and Aperol Spritz in my hand.

how do you see yourself in 10 years: married, with kids, on a yacht and always smiling. And of course I’m a CEO of a popular fashion brand.

location: Moscow, Ugolek.


burger and quesadilla with some juice.


Who: PR specialist and blogger.

What’s on your mind: I love summer! I think it’s an amazing season. And I really enjoy spending it in Moscow.

What’s your favorite place in Moscow: I’m a terrible sweet tooth, for me the best places in Moscow are confectioneries and different sweet-oriented cafes! One of my favorites is Upside Down Cake, it is close to my home. And it the closest future they will open Maglolia Bakery (famous cafe chain from New York) in Moscow. It will open its doors on the corner of Rozhdestvenka and Kuznetsky most streets. Magnolia are famous by their cupcakes and other desserts. By the way this cafe was often visited by «Sex an the City» heroines.

location: Moscow, Respublica cafe


granola with yogurt and some coffee.


who: co-owner & coffee brand-chef  of «GOOD ENOUGH» coffee shop.

what’s on you mind: I’m so happy I changed my profession 3,5 years ago. Now coffee is my life, love and favorite work. And now I often think about creating my own family and children. I think that way I’ll be totally happy.

what’s the most exciting thing about owning a coffee shop and what’s the hardest one: it’s very hard to work every day, but it’s all about guests and tastes. Every day I see new people, interesting and unique ones. One of the most exciting thing is to brew good coffee for them, find new coffee tastes and share it with my guests.