Danilovsky Market

  Mytnaya ul. 74      (+7) 495 120 18 01     more than a year ago

This is arguably Moscow’s hippest and trendiest market at the moment, the poster child of how you can take a shabby old Soviet-era thing and make it into a space that all the cool kids flock to. This impressive Soviet circus-like structure a stone’s throw away from Tulskaya metro station recently underwent renovations and now sells some pretty exotic (for this part of the world) groceries ranging from lobster, to dragon fruit, to avocados the size of melons, as well as your run of the mill potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and co. But worry not, no matter how good the quality of the goods is, there’s always room for negotiation. 
Apart from all this freshness and goodness, in the summers there’s a more than pleasant outdoor terrace where you can savor something from one of the many ethnic food stalls that call Danilovsky their home. Some examples just to get your juices flowing: crab sandwich at celebrity chef Andrey Ryvkin’s United Kitchen for just 450Rbl, go Caucasian with a dumpling plate at the Dagestanskaya Lavka for 250Rbl, get a slap-up pho bowl at Bô for 350Rbland of course sushi, bread, cakes, Moroccan cuisine, Chinese duck, hummus and curry – you name it and Danilovsky has likely got it. We can’t but mention: coffee fiends will get the best cup of Joe at Chelovek i Parakhod. Keep an eye on their website, though, because events like master-classes, degustations and new additions to the Danilovsky family very often pop up. It has also won a myriad of local foodie awards, as if it needs any more advertising.


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Open 08:00 - 21:00.


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