Authentic Russian Eats. Don't be deterred when you walk into this small deli/bakery/grocery and nothing lining the shelves or sitting in the glass deli cases looks very familiar. Here's where the fun begins. It's worth your while to sample impossible-to-find treats like khachapuri: pastry-encrusted cheese bread, sweet poppy seed rolls, or a bottle of Russian vodka scrawled with Cyrillic script. Although the staff doesn't speak much English, they'll do their best to explain the goods. The adventurous will always find something new here, unless of course, you're Russian.
This small mom-and-pop Russian market sells housemade deli items and more..
Situated on the corner of Geary and 22nd Avenue, this neighborhood market vends deli salads, fresh-baked pastries, breads and piroshki, as well as a small selection of cured meats and fish. There is also a modest offering of canned, preserved and dry goods, a revolving refrigerator case filled with sweet-cream-filled treats and a freezer stocked with pelmeni (a Russian take on ravioli), vareniki (dumplings) and blini, among other premade frozen foods.
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