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Visited this market to see and taste local and neighbors food.
It is easy accessible from metro station Tulskaya, short walking distance.
Here you can see and taste everything- vegetables, pickles, fruits, dryed fruits, nuts, exoroc fruits, seafood, cheese, bread, meat etc.
Very meny different...More
Very clean (including the toilets), eye-catching stands, a lot of fresh prepared food stands. We tried shrimps, grilled tuna salad and borsch, that were delucious. Easy to access by metro line 6, Shabolovskaya station. We spent 2 hours in a rainy day, which was great.
Its a beautiful food market, not in the center. Easily accessible by bus and metro. Its in a nice glass dome like building. Has a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese, nuts etc but also food from local cuisine to try. Its really clean,...More
We battled the metro and arrived after a lengthy journey from the centre of Moscow. On first sight it looked much smaller than we had anticipated. We walked around, produce is displayed very well. Around the perimeter are any number of eating places but as...More
This is a very nice market place where you can find everything you need for food!Of course you may find of course the food itself.There are a lot of little restaurants inside the market with a vide variety of food.Its a little bit pricey but...More
This market has the most number of restaurants circling the round structure of the building, you will walk 360 degrees to find many different options of restaurants with all kinds of specialties, italian, asian, mexican, indian, greek, european, seafood all in this beautifully controlled environment.
Although people sometimes complain about the high prices at Danilovsky Market, as long as you are a careful shopper, the quality of the food accounts for the slight increase in price. In particular, my husband loves to shop for pistachios and dried mango here. I...More
The Danilovsky Market is a former regular farmer's market gone hipster, but meant in a good way! While the surrounding area is nowhere near as splendid as the core of the city with its red square, does the inside of the market (its not open...More
Lots of local produce vendors, who generally have the same produce at similar prices. Beautiful looking and much fresher than the Russian grocery stores, and much more expensive of course.
Some unique gift vendors. A large selection of prepared food vendors, we bought a delicious...More