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This is definitely one of my favorite places in Moscow. Cheap, yummy and with a huge variety of drinks. I come there for several years already, and I've never been disappointed. It lacks some style and may look uninviting at first, but for me it is the food that counts. Be aware that the music becomes really loud after 7 p.m., so it's not the best place to have a quiet talk.
I went to Mulata Bar in december with my spanish friends and there was place enough to enter, but the guard said "you can't come in". When we asked "why?", he just answered: "face control". I had been going to Mulata bar almost every weekend since I came to Russia 2 years ago, but now, I will never go again. First, the bar is REALLY far away from being one of the best in the city (we used to go there only because it's near to our place), and second, this called "face control" makes me sick and really ashamed of this kind of Russians. I am guessing how "cultured" its owners must be. You don't want our money? Great, but I prommes that I will share this information with as much people as I can.