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- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 14Jun 13, 2014
Anytime I go to Seattle I am sure to stop by here for a hand-crafted Russian pastry. They are the most perfect snack to fuel up while walking the shops of Seattle's Pike's Place Market. Do not miss a chance to try the chicken, rice and mushroom puff. If you're in the mood for sweet instead of savory try literally any one of the sweet Piroshkys. This place does not disappoint, and is very budget friendly.Recommended for:
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 6Aug 06, 2013
Piroshkies are Russian pastries, fried dough filled with a variety of meats, cheeses, and sweets. Piroshky Piroshky just smells delicious, even when you just walk by the it on the street. Their beef and cheddar piroshky is very flavorful and tasty. However, you should definitely try their salmon piroshky too. The salmon and cream cheese filling is amazing!
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 12Oct 11, 2012
This review is based on only one thing, and I'm afraid I may have tried something that's not as good as its counterparts. I went for their smoked mozzarella, broccolini and mushroom piroshky, and it was just okay. I heard rave reviews over their beef and cheese one though!
I returned to try their cheese roll. *faint* The best thing I ate in Seattle. Seriously.
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureFoodiesNov 27, 2013
I loved the flakiness and lightness of the piroshky - a Russian pastry. I tried the salmon pate one, and it's good! Affordable and something you should try - they're not too big so you can even share and make it a snack!
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureFoodies+ 2Jul 11, 2013
Line was surprisingly short when I was there. I have a hot salmon pate piroshky in my hand no more than 10 minutes.
The pirozhki was soft and bouncy with a nice golden crust. Salmon pate filling was creamy but not as rich as I have expected. It was quite a tasty little afternoon snack that worth the short wait. Just don't expect life changing miracles. It probably won't be the best pastry you have ever eaten.
Out of towners can actually order these goodies online. They will ship the frozen pirozhki to you through 2nd day air.Recommended for:
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 3Oct 23, 2012
This place is delicious! My very first piroshky was the beef and cheese. On a cold day, this totally hit the spot! After eating there, I ended up going back another time and tried a variety. However, I didn't enjoy the dessert choices... wasn't that good. Stick with the warm piroshkies!
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 05, 2012
It is one of those landmark places in Pike Place Market. There is always a long line out of the door of people waiting to get their piroshky fix. The piroshky looks so shiny and delicious and they always have freshly baked cinnamon apple rolls. The smell alone is enough to make you salivating. However, the taste of the roll is just so-so.
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesTrendstersMay 10, 2013
It was really good-- be sure to go earlier in the day so that they don't run out of flavors (which was the case for us!). We were so hungry, we scarfed ours down immediately. Pike Place market lends itself really well for buying small dishes and eating them on the go so that you're able to taste a little bit of everything Seattle has to offer.
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesHistory BuffsJan 25, 2013
They have the best Piroshkys - hot, delicious baked buns with fantastic fillings. I like savory ones so I'd highly recommend the smoked salmon or beef and cheese. There's also a ton of sweet ones so come hungry.
- Piroshky PiroshkyMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 11Jul 05, 2012
Piroshky is good stuff, and Piroshky Piroshky does a great job if you want to go to Pike Place and fight the mass of tourists. Actually, go here with your out of town friends and grab a nice Piroshky, as you will become hungry walking through all the stalls of Dahlias and Fish. This is a quick (after you stand in line!) hot snack that is tasty! This place has just enough room to have a single file line wind out the front door, with a small stool counter that fits 2 people. Most of the Piroshkies (sp? How do you spell the plural?) are $3 to $4.50. The classic beef and onion was sold out on my trip, so I went for the Salmon, which was excellent.
BTW, I always saw Piroshki's spelled ending in an I rather than Y. Does a baked chinese char siu bow pass for a piroshky? How about as a piroshki?
- Piroshky PiroshkyJul 05, 2012
You know you have stumbled upon Prioshky Prioshky when you see the biggest line out the door of a small shop that smells intensely delightful as you pass by the crowd.
I have never had a prioshky before this, so I can't really say that it was the most awesome or worst prioshky I've had because it's the only one I've had ... but for what it is, it was downright delicious!!
This is an interesting spot in Pike Place area because it is so touristy so you would think that they don't really need to try hard to please the crowd. But they always make their prioshky's fresh, you can watch them at the window! And they come out of the oven piping hot and extremely fresh. I'm usually a huge sweet pastries fan but the salty ones with salmon and other fillings are just as delicious.
I highly recommend a visit, the short 15 minutes in line is well worth it for a hot, fresh prioshky, deliciously wrapped and ready to flake in your mouth!
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