the simple things in life are usually the best, and this new, friendly little café in downtown moscow epitomizes that universal wisdom. aptly called good enough, it occupies a compact space on one of the city's four busy ring roads. the place is compact, featuring a utilitarian, basic decor with exposed bricks and a concrete floor that feels inviting at the same time. and if you're not working on your laptop, you can always find amusement watching the action in the café's open kitchen. good enough is launched by aleksander lukin, anastasia godunov and sergey chumin, three young muscovites who are no strangers to the world of hospitality and brands, while also being avid coffee fans. the café pours quality coffee from brazil, sourced by russian coffee brand camera obscura. the menu is concise, listing variations of coffee served by trained baristas, fresh juices and a selection of beers. as for bites, these are limited too, but are expertly made, and consist of home-made sandwiches, salads and soups, as well as cakes and cookies. location: ulitsa sadovaya-triumfalnaya 4/10 [tverskaya].