Their store specialize in selling Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish and all Eastern European food/groceries. Great selection of yummy European foods and super friendly staff!!! Definitely recommend this store to anyone looking for some delicious delicatessens!
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This is a well-stocked Eastern European food market. You will find many, many products from Russia and former Soviet countries. Try the selection of wines, or one of many Kabasa or fish from the meat counter. This is basically a large specialty market. It mainly carries Russian items as well as a lot of Moldavian, Armenian, Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, and Georgian items
Rasputin is a fabulous market that offers up fresh produce and hard-to-find candies, liquors, edibles (namely from Russia and the Middle East). The store has a good selection of European foods. The deli section is big, well stocked(unless you are there right before Russian or Jewish holidays), and always fresh. Best russian deli in the area. Good variety of cold cuts, ready hot food, salads, bakery.
Babushkas deli is a treasure within itself, with many Russian (and Polish) choices that will make you feel right at home. They also import goods from Russia, which ads to the validity of the deli. This is more than just a little deli tucked away in a nondescript strip mall. They've got canned good, fresh fruit, dried goods, deli meats, fish and cheeses. They have an array of prepared foods.
The owners are of Russian descent but the shelves are lined with items from Eastern Europe, and Israel. Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia, Hungary, you'll find somethin' here. In the refrigerated section, pretty much any combination of beets, potatoes, and cabbage is available. As far as packaged goods, variation is no obstacle, and they have just about everything (or an alternative) to anything you might possibly want from the Motherland.
They have Latvian Ice Cream. The selection of Eastern European goods is amazing. The prices as very reasonable as well. Great place for all your Russian, Armenian, and some Mediterranean foods. Great for Russian food especially! There is much variety here and good prices. I was really excited to find a great selection of desserts, deli meats, juices, and pickles... if it's Russian, you will find it here with lots of options! If it's Russian, you will find it here with lots of options!
An unassuming little Russian Deli/ grocery store, filled with interesting and unusual Russian imported foods and a deli counter stocked with fresh homemade meats, salads, dips and other treats. This is a fantastic, hidden, gourmet Russian deli, filled to the brim with glass cases and trays of stuffed cabbage, filets of fish, pickles, tomatoes, beets, onion salads, cous-cous, rices, beef and rice, breads, cheese filled blintzes, eggplant salads, cakes, refrigerators full of yogurt, sour cream, milk, butter, many from Russia, and many shelves of Russian products such as baby food, oatmeal, cookies, jams and jellies and honey.
Odessa is a small Russian type of store with much more items than you might imagine just looking at the sheer size of the venue. They feature a wide variety of Russian and Eastern European products. All the products are very fresh and delicious! It's clean, they have a great selection of home made goods, fish, cold cuts, fruits, and baked goods . Staff is nice, and there is plenty of parking.
Although Tashkent is no longer in Russia but the capital of another country, Uzbekistan, it was a part of the USSR back in the day, thus we can still call it a Russian store. This is a small store but it is highly specialized with Russian and Uzbekistan foods. There is a small smoked fish counter, a much larger cheese and smoked meats area... lots of frozen dumplings. .. and the rest of the store is filled with produce and imported canned goods. In the back is a small room with a kitchen... serving up fresh baked breads,
Great little Russian store with authentic russian food, grocery, herbs and supplements. This is one of the better Russian food stores. Friendly cashiers, and overall just a well taken care of Russian family store.. good atmosphere! Everything is fresh and ripe!
There's no better place to pick up authentic Russian foods that Odessa Grocery on Santa Monica blvd. The same friendly lady is always behind the counter when I come in and brightens my day. It's great to come buy delicious food from here but even better when you're served by such a sweetheart. A great place for Russian and all around traditional European foods. They have a nice deli section, fresh produce, baked goods, a lot of canned goods, frozen food, and nuts to name a some of their items.
Since 1983, Marky's has been a leader in gourmet food manufacturing and retail and offeres its customers one of the best delicatessens in the world. Very unique place to shop for things you cant get in a regular market. Great variety of cheeses, wines, chocolates ,honeys, Russian chocolates and a selection of caviars, wines , foie gras, truffles, seafood, pate etc. Visit Website.
Great bakery for Breads, cookies, rolls and from fine earthy, grainy and artisanal to w loaves to more conventional breads. cookies, danish, Russian, Mexican, Italian, Greek, Jewish rye and onion rolls. Outstanding grocery - Fabulous selection of ethnic and imported goods. Aisles filled with Polish, Italian, Mexican, Greek, Eastern European, Asian and everything in between. Olive oils and vinegars from the world over. Jams and preserves from France and the rest of Europe. VISIT SITE
Produce, which focus on Latin American, mostly Mexican and Puerto Rican groceries, HarvesTime doesn't limit itself to a single region of the world. There's a little bit of everything.Best (Latino/Greek/Russian?) market-type grocery store ever! Great selection of fresh, good-quality produce, super-cheap...not much in the way of organic produce Excellent produce, ethnic foods, and prepared foods section. Harvestime--fantastic produce and meats, and really well chosen specialty items from a variety of world cuisines. They have the most amazing cookie selection with cookies from all throughout the world. VISIT SITE
Apart from the usual American groceries, the rest of the store is very "International"- every aisle has different foods from all over the world. A huge selection of Eastern European Foods (specifically Russian and Polish), Mexican, Indian, Kosher, Asian, and many other types. VISIT SITE
This place is great for Russian food . They have all sorts of sausages, pierogi (fried pastry surrounding either meat or potatoes), pilmeny ( like ravioli (kinda)filled with veal, beef, chicken) that they sell frozen and you can keep in the freezer for emergencies, vareniky (similar to pilmeny, but filled with cherries or potato and mushroom...). They also have prepared Russian salads, fancy cakes, nuts, candy, chocolate, liquor, and bottled prepared Russian goodies like zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, etc. It's hard to find really good authentic Russian deli items but Eurostyle Deli has i
Russian food heaven. The candy selection is extensive. This store stocks most of the necessities, Herring, real sour cream, butter, good tea and central european sweets. The meats and cheeses are also a good selection. Everything is always neat, tidy and in its place. the natural health section at the back is a great add on!
Very small store. Cool varied selection. Lots of international brands from France, Italy,United Kingdom. Switzerland and a few Brazilian. Gourmet chocolates & import tasty treats! This place is pretty pricey at around $7 per chocolate bar but it's interesting to try various brands from all over the world. All the classic European faves like Kinder and Cadbury (the real deal) along with an awesome selection of rare finds!!! Not to mention their incredible caviar and tea selections!
If you are looking for Eastern European/Russian groceries, beverages, deli items, or desserts....this is the place. There's a large selection of cheap-ish alcohol, candy, pastries (try creamy Napoleon cake - layers upon layers of flaky puff pastry smothered in buttercream). Excellent source for Eastern European comfort food. Mostly Russian/Ukranian but with a few Polish, Bulgarian, and Georgian items as well. Ridiculously good variety of bread, pastry, and pierogi/vareniki/whatever. Reasonable prices. Visit Web Site
It's a typical small Russian grocery store, but it has lot of specialty international items, and all staples one would need to curb the cravings for Russian food. Be it Borjomi or pelemeni, pickled tomatoes or cucumbers, napoleon or karakum, olivier or shuba, fresh bread or caviar, they got little bit of everything. Good deli section.
Taste of Russia is in the Brighton Beach area which is where lots of Russians live & shop. This shop has everything you can think of if you like Russian food. Lots of pastries, ready-to-eat salad bar, hot foods, meats, fish, everything. We found full fat sour cream; lox cream cheese.
Fantastic, fantastic place, the closest to being back in Russia that I have felt at any store. The produce here is more expensive than at many of the neighboring stores, but in terms of packaged foods, their selection is larger than any I have seen in the US and at very reasonable prices. They have an insane selection of prepared dishes, soups, salads, baked goods, etc
This small grocer has that cute family run vibe and has the old fashioned fair price for quality product feel. There are a number of things that Carmel sells way below supermarket or other local stores that are worth coming back for over and over again. Find many Israeli goods here that other Kosher stores don't or won't carry. Is open Saturday (Shabbat). This is THE location for eastern European goods. This place offers specialty items, specifically from Israel Russia too.
Great Russian supermarket - you can find everything from authentic Russian bread and old-time favorite Russian candies, to pelemeni and kefir in here. Great Russian supermarket - you can find everything from authentic Russian bread and old-time favorite Russian candies, to pelemeni and kefir in here. Yes, caviar too. It also has big selection of other European (including Latvian) and American foods, fresh meats, cheeses, and bakery goods - so one-stop shop! VISIT SITE
They have huge inventory of European beers, cheeses, packaged goods like chocolates, non-alcoholic drinks.
Central location and reasonable prices. Great place for sausage, cheese, and european imports. Probably the largest store of its type in the city. They supply pan-European groceries. Italian, Greek, German, Russian, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish, Irish, and more. meats, vegetables, beverages, packaged/canned goods, desserts, and more.
In this neighborhood, there are many Russian/Eastern European markets to choose from and this one is definitely one of the smaller ones. They do have a lot of great stuff and I feel like they are more polite to non-Russians here than some of the others in the neighborhood.
All around good place to shop, especially if you're looking for European food items.This place has tons of stuff. Older looking. Lots of ethnic Russian food products. The produce is great, good selection and low prices. They also have a very good selection of polish products
Well known to every Russian in Philadelphia is Netcost Market, a supermarket that specializes in Eastern European foods. This is destination shopping for every foodie in the know. Best Russian grocery store in Philly. Big variety, good prices and staff.
Their products are Turkish and Greek dominant. Extensive selection of olive oils, herbs and unusual grains from all over the world. You will have fun investigating their unusual inventory. All your Middle Eastern, European ethnic foods under one roof for an amazingly honest price. The whole store is always clean, organized and well stocked. At Phoenicia, you can buy every conceivable cut of meat, several kinds of baklava (I didn't realize there were so many regional variations), and almost every cheese you can imagine. VISIT SITE
The food is organized by country of origin - Russia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Israel, Portugal, etc. This store is amazing, don't let its small size fool you. It carries an eclectic mix of foodstuffs from the former USSR as well as a wide array of Israeli brand products. They also have a wide array of wines and beers from not only Russia, but from eastern europe as well.. In addition, you can find imported spices, teas, coffees, smoked fish, breads, sausages, cheeses and frozen foods.
The biggest and best gyro in the Vancouver area. A Russian deli and grocer which also serves borscht, pelmeni, stuffed cabbage, and more. Display case is full of meats. Friendly service. The deli also has a great selection of Greek and Eastern European dishes