The fact that central Europe has been undergoing gastro-revolution since the fall of Communism has finally been recognised with the award of a Michelin star to Andrea Accordi’s Allegro restaurant in Prague. But the Czech Republic isn’t the only former Communist country where dining out is booming. Moscow, with more billionaires than any other city, is heaving with gastro-havens. So too are Slovenia, Croatia and the former Soviet republics of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, which have long served up outstanding Turkish-style food. The Guardian 22/03/08 page 35