Popular Russian bistro Matrjoska closed down about a year ago, due to the lifestyle change of owner Natasa Juhász – she stopped consuming meat and alcohol and felt she could no longer relate to the food selection of her place. Fortunately, the place has re-opened since then as a vegan Russian eatery and moved from Lőrinc pap tér to Baross utca (to its section close to Kálvin tér). Chef Gergely Zsolnay is responsible for the renewed menu that now only includes vegetarian and vegan dishes. Two types of soups are offered every day, with a variety of burgers, fried vegetables, salads, desserts, and a meatless version of pelmeni (Russian dumplings). They have freshly baked Russian bread every Tuesday and on Thursdays they offer specials, like sushi.