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Food Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Moscow, Russia

  • Activities

    Food Tour, Lifestyle

  • Price
    $300 USD per trip
  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Anyday

  • Price Includes

    Guiding, food

  • Notes

    The price is for 2-3 persons

Highlights

  • Russian food. Borsch (beetroot soup), pirozhki (small pies with a variety of fillings), bliny (pancakes), caviar, vodka, honey, pickles, beef stroganoff, kvass (a low-alcohol or soft drink made with rye), meade (a low-alcohol drink made with honey) to name but a few.
  • Caucasian cuisine. The spicy and exotic dishes from Georgia and Armenia, Russia's southern neighbours, are amongst the more festive of Russians' food habits.
  • Siberian cuisine. Boasting delicious wild fish from Siberia’s rivers and the Baikal lake including the famous Omul fish.
  • Uzbekistan dishes. Russians enjoy many of Uzbekistan’s meat dishes. Pilav, shashlyk, cheburek and shurpa have becomes very popular here in the last several decades.
  • Famous brands, one can find in a grocery store. Visiting Eliseevsky supermarket in Tverskaya street.

Guide

Maria

 

Trip Info

This tour will get you acquainted with Russian food! You can learn about what, when and how we eat here! Russia is a country which lies on the crossroads between Eastern and Western cultures and this is reflected in our cuisine. Nowadays, traditional Russian cuisine coexists alongside popular Soviet dishes. And the delicious cuisine of many former USSR republics is well-represented in Moscow.

In the course of this exciting food adventure we will visit 5 different places – a mixture of restaurants, cafes and even a grocery shop! In each place we will order a dish and share it. The cost of the food is included in the tour price.

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