Been here? Rate It!
Piroshky Piroshky: locals and visitors, a must have
Everyone - local or tourists must visit Piroshky
This tiny little bakery produces the most amazing fresh treats while you watch.
Even though we live in Seattle we try to get down to indulge at least once a month
Favorite Dish: Potato mushroom and onion piroshky
- Family Travel
- Food and Dining
- Budget Travel
Piroshky Piroshky: a little pocket of Russian flavor
Piroshky Piroshky became our favorite place to grab something small to eat. This tiny Russian bakery always has a line but that's not to hard when your store is three square feet. Evidently, the bakery must extend quite a bit in from the store front as they are cranking out the little Russian treats like there's no tomorrow. Piroshky are flaky Russian pastries that can be either savory or sweet. They are great for breakfast and this place opens early if you are in the market to watch the fish stalls in action early. They come in a little paper bag and you can eat them while walking around the market or head down to the waterfront and enjoy the view.
Favorite Dish: Our favorite was Potato, Mushroom & Onion but the Beef & Cheese, Fresh Rhubarb, and Baked Apple were great too. Prices vary. We usually got two savory and one sweet on to split for around $8.
Piroshky Cafe: Russian Fast Food
A piroshky is a Russian pierogi: a bread pockets filled with a hot something. Maybe ham, maybe cheese, maybe broccoli, maybe something else. Try it, you'll like it! Yummy! (Especially on a Seattle rainy day.)
Piroshky,Piroshky: Care for a piroshky?
A little bakery in Seattle's Pike Place Market. The bakery is owned/operated by a Russian family named Kotelnikov. Their family have been baking these yummy Russian pastries and other goodies since the early 90's. Piroshkys are baked pastries stuffed with salmon, cheese, onions,potatoes, carrots, brocolli,etc.,They also have the sweet variations of it like apple cinnamon roll (Yummy!) and other treats like cinnamon cookies. This place is more of a take out kind of place. However, I recently heard that they have now opened a bigger place at Pioneer Square location.
Favorite Dish: I love pastries! When I went there I got the apple cinnamon roll and cheddar cheese roll! Have to share, it's big enough for two people! Maybe try one! You could say you now have eaten a piroshky ; )
Piroshky, Piroshky: Best Russian Pastries!
This is a great place to grab a piroshky or dessert for lunch. The owners are Russian and have even written a book about their experiences living in Seattle - "Piroshky with an Accent" by Vladimir Kotelnikov.
There are no places to sit (besides two stools), so this is a grab and go type of deli.
Favorite Dish: Fave piroshky: Either Potato, cheese, and onion OR Mushroom, cheese, and onion.
Fave dessert: Poppyseed Roll
Favorite Dish: In the Pike Place market area you will find this little shop Piroshky, Pirosky. A piroshky is a small pie or wrapping filled with meat,fruit, chocolate etc. They look like little works of art and are delicious. Check them out at http://www.piroshkypiroshky.com
Stop by some of the various...
Stop by some of the various ethnic food shops along Pike Street near the market. Peroshi Peroshi (I hope I'm spelling that right) is my personal favorite. They are inexpensive and usually pretty good.
Favorite Dish: russian pastry shops
Explore the World
- Ponta Delgada
- Vilanova i la Geltru
- Bang O Hotels
- Gwalior Hotels
- Brantley Lake State Park Hotels
- Cologne Hotels