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Russian food is all about warmth, comfort, and satisfaction. While it may not be as popular as some other cuisines, the dishes at these spots will have you coming back for more.
Russian cuisine is hard to find in the Pacific Northwest, but thankfully there’s Piroshky Piroshky, a lovely little bakery that sells piroshkies and other baked goods. Piroshkies are little hand-held pies, stuffed with a wide assortment of fillings, and it’s the specialty. The dough is flaky and soft, done to perfection. You can get sweet piroshkies, like our favorite, the Poppy Seed Cinnamon Roll, as well as piroshkies filled with meat and vegetables.
We Love The: Chicken, Mushroom and Rice Piroshky, Poppy Seed Cinnamon Roll
PEL’MENI DUMPLING CZAR
The dining space at Pel’Meni Dumpling Tzar has Russian-style and local flare, and it even has local art for sale hanging on the walls. It specializes in dumplings, and by that we mean this spot has perfected them. They’re the perfect doughy, delicate consistency, and they come in beef, potato, or a combination. Enjoy them in the spacious interior or, on a warm day, chow down at their outdoor patio.
We Love The: Beef Dumplings, Creamy Cucumber Salad
VOSTOK DUMPLING HOUSE
The Russian food at Vostok Dumpling House is packed with flavor. It serves all sorts of dumplings — meat filled, veggie filled, and even dessert dumplings. With plenty of classics and many unique flavor combinations, you’ll be sure to find something you’ve never seen before on the menu. Dumplings come with hearty, thick bread and you can choose between a range of sauces to accompany them, from sweet to spicy flavors.
We Love The: Siberian Pelmeni, Russian Fries