About us

A few years ago we noticed that there were lack of quality, delicious home-made dumplings(pelmeni) and vareniki in London. And also a lack of adored by everyone homemade grandmother’s patties with potatoes or cabbage. And we began to try different ingredients to get the same taste of dumplings as at home. With numerous samples, we have our real home-made dumplings(pelmeni)and vareniki. And now we are pleased to offer you to try and enjoy the taste of homemade food. We would like to say that all we do is handmade-from kneading dough to the final result of it. Our dough as in the old days contains only 4 components – water, flour, salt and egg. We demand very high quality requirements for the ingredients that we buy for the preparation of all our products. We also want to say that all products are produced with great love and care. We will also continue the cuisine traditions of Europe, Russia, Ukraine and Asia, China .. We would like that in our assortment of products each buyer will find what he will like to taste.

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Pelmeni (small dumplings)


Let me introduce pelmeni.

It’s origin dates back to Mongolian nomads, a time  where nomadic people travelled a lot and the conditions and time  was scarce, especially in the colder seasons.
Currently, pelmeni are very popular in Europe – Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Central Asia, China among others. Each nation has their own way of making them.
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Let me introduce to you – vareniki. Many people know such food, it’s like Polish pirogi or Italian ravioli. It’s a very similar food, the principle is the same ,  you need to make a dough and you need a filling. As  for the stuffing for dumplings, there is were the fancy goes. The stuffing for  vareniki  can be meat, vegetable,  sweet with any berries or jam.

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Mantys (dumplings), most likely , were cooked in China and gradually spread along the Great Silk Road. Mantys are very popular food in Central Asian countries and in  Turkey and Korea. It is also a popular dish from the former Soviet Republics such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and others. In Georgia, such food, called khinkali, but unlike khinkali is boiled in water, like pelmeni or vareniki.

We invite you to try our special sauce which we created on the based on a sauce of the popular in Central Asia.

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Khinkali  is a traditional Georgian dish that is the best known for its bright taste and unusual shape.
Khinkali is usually made from chopped or minced meat using beef or lamb. Onion, parsley or cilantro, ground black pepper, cumin, salt, sometimes a little garlic, is added.
Khinkali dough is made fresh without the addition of an egg. In some areas of Georgia there other options for making dough with egg or choux pastry.

Enjoy your meal!

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Another dish of the people of the Caucasus.
We present you with a dish of  Azerbaijani cuisine – Gyurze.
Azerbaijani cuisine is famous for its diversity and unique taste. The climate of the country allows you to use a variety of herbs and spices in food.
Gyurze is somewhat reminiscent of pelmeni, but there are some differences in both the filling and the shape. In several regions of Azerbaijan, gyurze is made with some subtle differences. For example, the filling can be fresh mince or cooked mince, and different herbs and spices can be used. Sometimes mutton fat is added to ground beef mince for added juiciness to filling.
Enjoy your meal!
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GYOZA are Japanese dumplings that came to Japan from China. Naturally, the Chinese recipe was slightly modified, which gave the Japanese gyoza a unique taste.
As the filling, they use minced meat and vegetables -cabbage, chives, spring onion, garlic, ginger, and also add soy sauce, sesame oil, sometimes little bit wine or vinegar. Gyoza is widespread in Japan and vary in filling options. There are various types in the preparation of gyoza -they are boiled, fried, and steamed. Gyoza also prepared in a combined way. With this method, you get a crisp bottom and soft top of gyoza. And juicy filling.

Enjoy your meal!

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Pirojki differs in the way of preparation of dough-yeast or sweet yeast dough. It also uses chopped dough which here in England is used for preparations of Cornish pies. Also, when preparing pirozhki there is a huge amount of fillings, they are made with vegetables, potatoes, mushrooms, liver, chicken and so on. Make sweet pirozhki by using jams and fresh or canned fruit.
And we make sausages in the dough with mozzarella cheese. Sausages are either beef or chicken (Halal), this is also fried like pirojki in Sunflower oil.  Pirojki are popular both as a quick breakfast, and as a delicious quick snack at lunchtime, and also in the evening time at home with the family. All pirojki and sausages in the dough are delivered freshly prepared and hot.
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Napoleon cake

The  cake Napoleon was brought to Russia in the early 19th  century after a  victory against the French army of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1812. Originally the cake named mille-feuille which means a  thousand layers in French. In France, Napoleon always have almond cream, but in Russia could be filled with whipped cream, pastry or custard cream, and even jam or condensed milk.
Classic  Russian  Napoleon cakes, made of very thin and flaky puff pastry layers and smooth, rich custard cream between the layers.
Have a nice tea!
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Medovik is a layer cake popular in countries of the former Soviet Union. The identifying ingredients are honey and smetana (sour cream) or condensed milk.
Have a nice tea!
I know this food because my ex -girlfriend from Ukraine, I was pleased with the taste of pelmeni,much better than I expected.


( Web Desinger )
Pleasantly surprised by the taste and quality of the  pelmeni. This is really the taste of home.I will still buy.


( Waitress )
I am from Belarus, and I know  what should be vareniki, and exactly such vareniki made my grandmother.


( Manager )