Moscow: Eat Like A Russian Afternoon Foodie Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 2 Hrs 30 Mins
  • Departure Time :
    3.00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Outside the nearby entrance to Danilovsky market, next to the sign that says ‘ВХОД’, meaning entrance.
  • Return Details :
    Metro station ‘Tulskaya’
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable


Get ready to eat like a Russian on this delicious foodie tour of the Danilovsky neighbourhood in Moscow. Check out the bustling local market and discover what Russian cuisine is all about, find out what locals like to eat on special occasions (spoiler alert caviar is involved!) and take a trip down memory lane to discover the foods of countries that once belonged to the USSR.

Know More about this tour

Our tour begins in the little-known Danilovsky district of Moscow, which is home to one of the most prominent examples of constructivist architecture in the city. Parisians have long argued about the beauty of the Eiffel Tower; the Muscovites have polarised opinions about the Ship House. 

Having learned a little about the lives of locals here as we walk, well arrive at the tastiest part of our tour the food market and this particular one attracts both trendy chefs and savvy locals alike. Our degustation menu for the day will include sour, spicy, cheesy and sweet treats for your delectation. We hope youre hungry! 

Well start with natures bounty: Russian honey served with herbs and berries. Next its on to appetisers and youll try the freshest cheeses and curd from the Caucasian region. Youll be surprised by the number of milk products Russia and other countries from the former USSR used to consume every day. 

Youll then try juicy tangerines from Abkhazia if it's winter or delicious apples in summer from the gardens around the city. 

Then its on to two proper Russian delicacies. First is smoked lard, which sounds a bit odd to the western palate, but trust us, its rich, fulfilling and delicious! Then, red caviar from the island of Sakhalin, an absolute must-eat while in Moscow. 

Next well time travel to the Soviet era to take a peep at a typical kitchenette with stripped tablecloth, cut glass and toffees for children, plus plenty of jars of pickles and homemade jams. You can then taste the secret cure to every Russians hangover, salty cucumbers and sauerkraut. After these salty delicacies, a Kvas or fruit-drink will banish your thirst. 

Well then head south to explore our favourite dishes from Uzbekistan and Dagestan, pilaf and chudu (scones) with cheese or pumpkin, finishing off with tea and pies. We recommend the sweet pie with poppy seeds. Yummy! 

Happy and full, youll be guided to the metro station or you can of course stay and shop for tasty souvenirs too! Dont forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and where to eat during your stay in magnificent Moscow. 


  • Local - English speaking guide, All food and drinks mentioned in the itinerary; local honey, a local diary product, a local seasonal fruit, red caviar, smoked lard, pickled cucumber, sauerkraut, pilaf; chudu, pie and tea. , If a dish is not available on the day, it will be substituted with a similar and equally delicious product.


  • Additional food and drinksSouvenirs and personal shoppingTips/gratuities for your guide

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

We can accommodate vegetarians and some other dietary restrictions. Please notify us in advance if you have any dietary requests. 

This is a child-friendly tour. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Please select child above when booking. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge. Please inform us at the time of booking if youll be bringing a child under the age of 6. 

For your Urban Adventure you will be in a small group of a maximum of 6 people.

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