Pretty good pork kebab for $3.00 at the food table where I usually buy the stuffed pirozhki. The meat was not dry, with no fat deposits, it was well-seasoned and well-cooked, but it probably sat pretty much in-the-open for several hours. I was offered for it to be microwaved, but I declined since I was hungry and rushing. They could have added at least 1 more kebobi piece to the skewer, but I did not regret buying it anyway. Something like this at a Russian restaurant would go for $5-$6, so I was content with the price.