Third Avenue Destination: Piroshki

Third Avenue Destination: Piroshki

A little bite of Russia in Seattle

If a sweet or savory snack is what you desire, Piroshki on Third Avenue might be just the place for you. Piroshki is Russian for small turnovers that are filled with meat, vegetable or fruit filling and then subsequently fried or baked. Offering breakfast and lunch at two locations in Seattle, Piroshki is located at 710 3rd Ave. and 1219 Madison St. 

Piroshki prides itself for excellent service and fresh, quality food after opening its doors in 1994. Customers can choose from a wide variety of meat, vegetable and fruit piroshkies, all under $5. The vegetable piroshkies include fillings like potato, mushroom, cabbage, rice, cheese, egg, broccoli, spinach, carrots and onions while the meat piroshkies include fillings like beef, ham, bacon, corned beef, chicken, sausage, smoked turkey and smoked salmon. The combinations go on and on and diners can observe piroshkies bake while they enjoy their meals. 

Complete your meal with a sweet piroshki filled with sweet cheese, sour cherry, apple, peach or walnut. Piroshki also offers catering services for private parties and events as well as an assortment of Russian pastries including cookies, cakes and pies. Their portion sizes are substantial; a couple of piroshkies will fill your void until your next meal and several piroshkies are an adequate meal, even for those with a fierce appetite.