If it’s a special occasion breakfast or you’re feeling particularly rich, then head to Café Pushkin, Moscow’s most famous Russian food restaurant and one of the most opulent places in town. Start your breakfast feast with one of the champagne cocktails and then move on to carefully studying the lengthy food menu. Russian food is very dairy heavy and the selection at Pushkin is simply divine: homemade curd with raisins and candied fruits (465Rbl), “ryazhenka” homemade yogurt (280Rbl), “syrniki” (cottage cheese fritters) with sour cream (360Rbl), cottage cheese sweets in chocolate (765Rbl) and much more. There are all sorts of egg dishes and, of course, “blinchiki” (Russian pancakes) hold a very special spot on the menu. Sweet pancakes with cream stuffing and hot berries (795Rbl) for the sweet tooth and black caviar with pancakes (5525Rbl) for the gourmand. This is not all so check their website for the full breakfast selection. The extremely attentive staff are always ready to cater to your every whim and make you feel like real Russian royalty.