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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-03-2007, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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need food info about russia

A friend plans to go to russia (moscow and st petersburg)
and we need info about the food, how much an average lunch costs? are there much markets / mcdonalds in the cities? how much is a big mc menu?
and how much would a nice dinner costs?
any other extra information is welcomed.
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Re: need food info about russia

hello russians i need replyss
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Re: need food info about russia

All Russian posters have moved to United States, kind like their players, they have better poster centers in USA than Russia

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Re: need food info about russia

Last I heard Moscow was #1 on the most expensive cities to live in (I think they had MCD prices on that list too)

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Re: need food info about russia

In the center of Moscow you can see a lot of nice places to eat and expect to pay in Euro prices. You can spend from 10 up to 100 dollars just for a lunch. Depending on the place you decided to eat.

Farther away from the center you can find more affordable places that can’t hurt your wallet. Be aware that a good cap of coffee can cost 5 dollars and more in a nice coffee shop. Hotels are very expensive as well. There are very few affordable hotels that are nice. You can have a great time in Moscow, but I suggest doing your homework before going there.

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All I can tell you is you have to try the Chicken Kiev in Moscow

Very expensive but it is well worth it

Also tell your friend to go see the Moscow State Circus as well
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http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/02/...rcheapside.php

on weekdays many places have a business lunch offer (from 12.00 to 16.00), where you can have a decent meal for under 10 $

there are local fast food places, which are a better choice than McD, if you ask me. Try Moo-Moo (metro station Lyubyanka, Dobrininskaya, Kuznetsky Most, Aeroport), Grably (metro Novokuznetskaya, Alexeevskaya).

Then there are the potatoes (Kroshka Kartoshka) and blinis (Teremok) at many locations. More info here- http://www.waytorussia.net/Moscow/EatFast.html
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