Ilnar Tukhbatov/TASS
This is an affordable cafeteria for a quick and cheap yet filling and delicious meal. It is suitable for children. Bright-coloured furniture, plump bees painted on the walls, Animal Planet on TV screens, dispensing counter with trays, and basic and agreeable food on the counter: pilaf, noodle soup, sausages, and macaroni and meat. There is a game area behind a flashy fence in Chak-Chak, and some high chairs for small children. The place is usually packed, and the food goes quickly off the counter. Chak-Chak is divided into two spaces: the buffet zone and the dining area. The diner has a self-serve microwave oven to heat up the food when your child has played too long, letting the food grow cold.