Pronounced muu-muu, it's easy to find on Arbat street where there is a figurine of a cow in the door. It's a chain of restaurants found throughout Moscow. Traditional Russian food that is chosen from a buffet, very handy if you don't speak because you can choose the dishes yourself manually. You can eat rather well, not as great as in other restaurants in Russia pero better than the tipical Russian places throughout Spain. And come on, the Russians eat there, as well. It's very cheap, but you have to look at the prices of the dishes because they vary widely but ordering rather inexpensive things you can eat for 5 or 6 euros and ordering specialties can ost about 15 maximum.