Named after Grandma Mart, a Bulgarian folk character who's a harbinger of spring, this is the rare Moscow restaurant that serves authentic Bulgarian food. The main ingredients in these typically simple and quite amble dishes consist of different types of meats, potatoes, and vegetables, along with cheeses and yogurts. Located in the basement, the restaurant has a cozy feeling created through the lively music that plays, occasional Bulgarian dancing, and attentive service. In the children's room, kids are entertained with toys and activities. And an added perk is the restaurant's location on one of Moscow's premier pedestrian boulevards, so that you can walk off the hearty meal and take in some sights. Keep in mind that the table wine is best avoided: you'll be better off with a bottle from Bulgaria.