One curious Moscow guy initiated a survey on foreigners' nostalgia for food. Let's have a look at the results. First come the Englishmen.
Ivor Benett, reporter
Fried eggs, real bacon, toasts, tomatoes, baked beans and the main thing - pure English sausages. All sausages here are huge and of some strange taste - nothing to compare with pork sausages with herbs served anywhere in England.
Martin Andrews, TV presenter
Monster Munch chips
I adore them since I was a child. A sandwich, an apple and a pack of chips were a regular school lunch. My favorite ones were with marinated onion. The other special thing is their shape - like a monster's paw with a whole in the middle. But maybe that's for the better that there's no these chips here because they are really unhealthy.
Pierce Gladstone, writer
Japanese soba noodles
In London one can visit a three-table-restaurant and make oneself stuffed with the excellent noodles. In Moscow it costs twice more and is served only in prestigious restaurants. But even there you won't find good noodles. For some strange reason the main Japanese dish here is sushi and I never liked it much - it's small and cold.
Bill Dod, TV presenter
Sunday brunch is a very nice English tradition. It usually consists of smoked salmon, muffins, sausages, sometimes spinach, eggs Benedict and champagne. You think it's easy to find eggs Benedict in Moscow? No way. I tried them in "Luch" but they are tiny there and cost too much. Only several hotels and restaurants organize brunches but they cost four times more than in England.