Here you can find a list of Russian food shops and stores in the Netherlands, where you can buy foods, some of which are described in the Products sections. Products range from savoury snacks to sweet treats, from healthy cereals to protein rich dairy products, and of course some exotic bites. You can also find souveniers in these Russian shops. Read more about Russian food products here.

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Minimix Amsterdam

Address: Nickeriestraat 27, 1058 VV Amsterdam


Tel. 0204890581

Hours: Mon 13:00-20:00

Tue, Wed,Thu, Fri 10:00  18:00

Sat, Sun 10:00 – 18:00

This Russian shop in Amsterdam can boast a large range of products – around 2000 items. Products are delivered 3 times a week, everything is always fresh.

Priwet Rossia

Vijzelstraat 87, 1017 HG Amsterdam

Nika Ru is an oasis of Russian food in the heart of Rotterdam. The menu includes Borscht (beetroot soup),  Rassolnik (pickles soup) and other soups, flavourful kotleti (meat burgers), famous salads “Olivier” and “Herring under a fur coat“, pirozhki (stuffed savoury or sweet buns), belyashi buns with minced meat, homemade pelmeni dumplings and much more. You can eat in or take the meals away to enjoy at home.
We also offer a wide range of delicious products which include sausages, caviar, sushki bisquits, tinned fish, wines, dumplings pelmeni, jams, cottage cheese tvorog.

Open daily from 9:00 to 19:00, 7 days a week.

Telephone orders are accepted with a possibility of delivery  (conditions apply).
Set menu also available.


Address: Hoogstraat 44a Rotterdam

Metro Oostplein

Tel: 010-4149913


Hours: Tue – Sun 10:00 – 19:00

The Russian shop Bogatir is located in Rotterdam. This spacious shop offers delicious food products of great quality.

Sausages, pate, cured meats and other flavourful meat delicatessen made with a traditional twist.

Russian shop Bogatir in Rotterdam

Comforting and intriguing Russian sweets can be found in this Russian shop in Rotterdam as well: the shelves are full with such treats like multi-layer fluffy and crunchy waffles, gingerbread, bubliki, zephyrchocolate, honey, jamcookies and what not. Ask the shop owners what would be a nice company for a cup of tea or a glass of milk.

They also have a large selection of beverages and spirits: wine, beers, vodka, brandy, brandy, rum, congac, rum, raki. For all your purchases you’ll get a nice Russian-themed carrier bag!


Vjatka Russische specialiteiten

Address: Nieuweweg 19, 9711 TB Groningen

Tel: 050 526 6201


Russian shop Vjatka in Groningen

Spacious Russian shop Vjatka is located in Groningen at Niuweweg 19 9711TB. The shop is open since 2001 and its wide range of Eastern-European products (from Russia, former USSR countries, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Poland), as well its great ambiance  won the hearts of the customers.

The choice of food products include dairy (kefir, tvorog etc.), various meat products, caviar, sweets (candies, cakes, kozinaki, zefir), dried fish (beer snacks), frozen berries, pelmeni and other dumplings with savoury or sweet stuffing. A selection of spices and sauces from Central Asia or Caucasus (satsibeli, adjika, barbaries etc) will spice up your life or give an authentic touch to such meals as plov. You can see on the shelves lots of preserved foods (pickles and vegetable pastes), soft drinks (kvass, birch sap) and alcoholic beverages.

Here you can buy souvenirs – Russian nesting dolls, hats or flasks with Soviet emblems. Traditional Pavloposad shawls made from 100% wool with bright design will be a great gift. Other non-food goods include traditional sauna items, crystal dishes for famous Russian salads, pelmeni makers and a lot of other things.

The shop Vjatka in Groningen can assist you with your application for a Russian visa.

The Hague:

  Slavyanskiy Bazar

Slavyanskiy Bazar Russian shop in the Hague Netherlands

Address: Prins Hendrikplein 22 2518 JC The Hague, Netherlands

Tel: 0704129129

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Gthere: from Den Haag Central – tram 17 to the stop ‘Van Speijkstraat

Hours: Mon to Sun 11:00 – 18:30

Russian shop “Slavjanskiy bazar” is located at Prins Hendrikplein 22, The Hague and offers a wide selection of Eastern-European food products – meat delicatessen from bologna sausage to air-dried cured beef basturma, vareniki dumplings, dairy products such as delicious curd snacks, smetana crème fraîche, kefir, butter. Want to try and make traditional Russian breakfast – Syrniki or Zapekanka, comfort recipe for weekend breakfast? These are made with protein rich tvorog, which for sure you can find in Slavyanskiy bazar!

In this Russian shop in the Hague you can also buy grains and cereals, various sauces, spices and condiments for traditional meals and, of course, great caviar. For tea time, spoil yourself with cakes, candies, sweet puffy corn sticks, solomka crunchy sticks and much more. The shop owners can help you pick a great bottle of wine or sparkle wine. Only in the shop Slavjanskiy bazar you can buy original Georgian wines.




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