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Apparently this market is the place of choice for many of Moscow’s top restaurants, and you can see why... there is a huge range of excellent quality fresh food on offer. You enter at the fresh fruit and veg end, to the sight of piles...More
Actually the market is very expencive and I usually don t buy my food there. But today I ve visited this place to get some meet as my brother told me it s good and inexpencive. So I wanted to buy 500gr (I know it...More
Market make mixed impressions, from one side huge choice of all kind of food ,fruits ,vegetables, poultry ,fishes ,caviar,smocked fish, (just don't where it was all before 25 years ,when we left USSR),on other side, you almost don't see there Russian retailers,most of them from...More
If, like me, and as a tourist, you find food markets often more interesting than museums/art galleries, then you could do worse than heading to Dorogomilovsky Market. Its interestingly scalloped roof looms over the neighbourhood, and once in the buzz of the place is intoxicating....More
It is a beautiful market place and the vendors are very friendly with us BUT the security guards do not allow anybody to take photos. They rush over and shouted as soon as they see someone with a camera. I don't understand why.
I have been to a number of grocery markets on a number of continents, and this one does not stand out as a must see. The most interesting aspect is to just watch the bartering and trading going on between the sellers and what I...More
Unfortunately there are not too many reviews on the internet about the Dorogomilovsky market. If you are interested in cooking at all, and live in Moscow I wold fully recommend that you put this market on your list of grocery shopping venues. Let me start...More