Authentic veal raviolis.
In another freezer is a half sturgeon, rack of lamb, basa- a Vietnamese catfish, and other items, already marked with purchaser’s names-people call in their orders, and pick up the goodies!
Try the deli meat counter, and then the cheese area. I like the $1.99 Tulski, a gingerbread with jam in the center. Crunchy, gingery, and a touch of sweetness-others put some in their bags.
Have some tea!I bought a whole smoked mackerel for $5, and it is fork ready. I used to see these as a kid in old delis, and here they are again. Try fish soup, chicken pate, Want to liven up rice, add some dried, tart and tangy barberries, and the taste is unique, and they are high in nutrients. The eggplant is freshly made. Very traditional is halodetz., a freshly made cold jellied beef , or aspic delight with beef, carrots, wine,pepper and spices, eaten cold, served as an appetizer,often at holidays, with spicy mustard, sliced raw onion, and vodka or beer. Very tasty. I likd the cooked eggplant. “Privet" or “Za vas” (cheers!)
As I was walking out, I noticed up to the minute editions of Izvestia-the once Official Russian newspaper founded in 1917, and Russian editions of Esquire, Forbes, and Playboy. Yes, there’s differences between the English, and the Russian editorial and pictorial slants. The New York Times now has articles in Izvestia-times have sure changed!
Camilla, 4947 North Tamiami Trail, #102, Across from Pelagos, and East of Flaco’s, across 41 from Outback Steakhouse 653-9484