Britain and the United States also featured on the list.
Galina Ponomaryova, 63, has been a dating coach for 15 years.
Moscow today, with its hip cafes, shiny business centers and fashionable retail stores, is no longer the Moscow of the '90s, when girls fantasized about being whisked away by a foreign prince in Levi's.
When Russia plunged into chaos following the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of its citizens looked for a reliable way out.
She said they are also more emancipated — willing to take on household chores and take up an active role in raising children — and that they were softer in their communication.
But among younger Russian women, who did not experience life under the Soviet Union and are too young to be scarred by past experiences, foreign men have less cachet.
Forums are full of the accounts of Russian women thanking their coaches for a "happy end" — engagement or marriage to a foreigner.
Tatyana, a good-looking blonde, leans across the table. It is Saturday evening and we are nearing the end of a foreign-friendly speed dating session in a central Moscow restaurant.
The subject of her advances, a British Moscow Times business reporter, blushes with embarrassment.
All of this should be good news for expats' love lives.
But the fascination with foreignness is, it appears, skin deep.
Back at home, the guy would have to have to make the first move." Not every Russian woman has access to expat hangout spots, though, giving rise to a booming business of dating agencies that specialize in foreign men.