Monday, June 9, 2014


It costs $1.75 and tastes heavenly-great. I had to wait around 12-15 minutes for it, because they all were sold out and the greasy Russian guy was frying a fresh batch of them. It was lava-hot, so I waited around 5-7 minutes and carefully began biting into it. The meat was juicy and tender; its a bit different from the pirozhok meat, thus its $0.25 more but its all worth it. There were many people in line to buy the deep-fried Russian street food that day [2 days ago].

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