What a great find. I stumbled upon LukCafe my first night in Moscow. Its about seven blocks or so from Kremlin/Red Square area where I was staying. The environment was inviting and warm and chic but not over-processed: prices reasonable. I returned with my partner a couple days later for the food and ambiance. I had some good dishes including: veal with chestnuts and pomegranate sautéed with onions; Azerbaijani pilaf with chicken and apricots with a saffron-scented rice; cabbage rolls filled with a very tasty citrusy-dill ground veal; and a solidly above average beet borscht. The baked spinach with a garlic aoli and pomegranate seeds was terrific! Beer was good. Service fine. I would go back to this restaurant in a heartbeat - a real star of our time in Moscow.