Danilovsky Market

Danilovsky Market, Moscow: Address, Phone Number, Danilovsky Market Reviews: 4.5/5

Danilovsky Market
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JP_Stmk
Graz, Austria22 contributions
The perfect place for food lovers
Jun 2021 • Couples
It can be quite challenging to find high quality ingredients in Moscow. Actually, at times it feels nearly impossible. However, when you enter this market you find what you have been looking for: tasty fruits, fresh vegetables, real and tasty meat that can cater even to more extravagant tastes. Most importantly probably: you’ll find polite and friendly people - some might even speak English.
Written 17 July 2021
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drogilmour
Guatemala City, Guatemala2,691 contributions
A marketplaced turned into interesting eating shops above the metro station
Dec 2019
No longer a market near what used to be the Danilov Monastery. It is more like an assortment of stalls under one huge flat dome (built in 1963), offering tasty and interesting products, with fresh exotic fruits, dried fruits and goods from Central Asia, author's confectionery, spices and other unique stalls. Some cafes and takeaway restaurants, and a good Vietnamese restaurant. Under this roof there is probably a dish for every taste, but not for every pocket. Bearing the name "market" is misleading, as this is a market probably tendering more for tourists and citizens who are ready to overpay, than locals.

We got here after visiting the mosque and went around to enjoy it.
Written 12 February 2020
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nino
1 contribution
This is the type of tourism i like
Jan 2020
Very nice place if you like fresh produces and/or you want to try some of the many restaurants and cafes
Written 30 January 2020
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Dear Nino, that's type of tourism we love too <3 thank you so much for your recommendation
Written 4 February 2020
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Brent K
Ipswich, Australia91 contributions
Great food, great experience
Dec 2019 • Family
Amazing food market lots of opportunities to try a variety of Russian food among a spattering of international options. Good for a couple of hours of indoor when it’s cold as well. Easy to get to by metro
Written 4 December 2019
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Thank you so much for the kindest review <3
Written 4 February 2020
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John C
Asheville, NC68 contributions
Urban Adventure Food Tour
Sep 2019
Toured the market for 2 hours with a guide (Maria) and tasted nearly a dozen types of foods — soup, dumplings, caviar, breads, deserts, etc.... and it was both fun and tasty and educational! Highly recommended.
Written 9 September 2019
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Dear John, thanks for your kind review <3 Fun and tasty – it's probably the best description for us.
Written 10 October 2019
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Neuforce
Paris417 contributions
A paradise of food!
Aug 2019 • Friends
A food lover paradise. This market provides flavors from many of the former Soviet Republics: fruit from Azerbaijan, dry fruit from Uzbekistan, food from Georgia and Armenia, plus all the modern versions of round the world food such as macarons, sushis, crêpes, tajines and more!
I loved it! Spent hours browsing and exploring!
Written 24 August 2019
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<3 wow, thank you so much for such a lovely review. Our team is happy to read it.
Written 10 October 2019
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Travelling_Pig
Hong Kong, China532 contributions
Cool place to chill
Aug 2019 • Friends
We visited the place with a purpose of having local food. The place is not cheap for Moscow standard but it was beautifully displayed.

It was a sunny Sunday, a lot local came out and sit outside. There were an area with public game site, football table, kids areas and a live band called “underground” was playing. There were so good! It was the highlight of the sunny afternoon! Definitely with a visit.
Written 12 August 2019
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Aey_Thailand
Khon Kaen, Thailand125 contributions
Clean market fresh and cheap products
Jan 2019
Certainly you can buy fresh and cheap products there... this is more for locals
cheeses, local hams, sausages and other meats, superb fish and fruit and veg.
may not be the biggest one in russia but it is very clean inside and the products for sale are all fresh. It is very impressive strolling around the market... Worth a stop and pick up a snack or spices as well.
Written 11 August 2019
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Anastasios M
London, UK177 contributions
Where locals eat / drink /shop
Aug 2019 • Couples
This is a place to go for great eastern food. Everything from Russia to Japan ( and in between)
Very good prices. It is a fish / meat / veggies market with lots of places to have a drink and food.
We took bus M25 from behind the St Basil Cathedral by Kremlin ( bus stop it’s on the bridge), it took 12 mins and you need just a simple ticket ( same as metro)
If you find the fish prawn bar , in the market , order a prawn burger, simply amazing
Written 11 August 2019
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criticalinva
Virginia215 contributions
A “bite” off the beaten path
Jul 2019 • Couples
Worth a visit just to see the bounty of Russia’s fishing fleet afloat on a bed of fog-kissed ice. The flying-saucer-shaped rynuk (market) has dozens of stalls selling fresh vegetables, fruit, nuts, spices, meats and cheeses. Restaurants occupy the perimeter, including a popular lager-and-crab outlet and an Israel pita place. A free-stander near the fish mongers (we did not try it) delivers plates laden with freshly-fried or otherwise cooked fish. Worth a midday visit to ogle the wares and grab a great lunch.
Written 28 July 2019
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