Moscow local market food tour
Join Moscow local market food tour and learn how to eat like a Russian!
Moscow local market food tour is a great chance to try different cuisines in a trendy place of Moscow with a long history. What is needed from you is to be hungry. In one day you will discover that Russian cuisine is much more than borscht and beef stroganoff.
- Explore local Moscow market with your private local guide
- Get to know where Moscow people prefer to have lunch and find some tasty things for their home table
- If you are a sweet tooth take your chance to try pies, local honey or jams made of local fruits with tea
- If you are brave enough try smoked lard, pickled vegetables, sauerkraut and red caviar, pilaf and chudu.
You will understand how big the USSR was, trying dishes from Uzbekistan and other former USSR countries. You will get to know what are the most popular Russian appetizers. And yes, red caviar is also in the list. Even black one if you are lucky! Danilovsky market is the place to be brave and try it. For beverages you will have a chance to try Russian kvas or mors. Our guide will share the secret ingredients of it. We won’t leave you without dessert. Eco honey, local cheese, sweet pies and much more.
Food on the local market (cheburek, local honey, a local dairy product, local seasonal fruit, smoked lard, pickles, red caviar, sauerkraut, pilaf, chudu, pie and tea and drink in the morning). We ask to inform us in case you have any specific food intolerance.
Personal expenses and tips
Additional food and beverages
The Tour price for children (Ages 6-11) 35 EUR
For kids from 0 to 6 years old this tour is free.
DepartureOutside the nearby entrance to Danilovsky market, next to the sign that says ‘ВХОД’, meaning entrance (or if the weather is cold you can enter the market and wait us at the info desk).
Departure Timewill be confirmed after the booking
IncludedFood and BeveragesPersonal GuidePrivate tours in cities
Not Includedaccommodation in 3* or 4* hotels with breakfastAirport Transfersentry fees in museumsTrain stations transfersTrain tickets