In 1992, the Kotelnikov family opened Piroshky Piroshky hoping to bring a taste of Russia to the Pacific Northwest. Almost 30 years later, the tiny bakery has grown into a worldwide tourist destination, offering catering and delivery to piroshky lovers in Seattle and across the country.
Blending traditional recipes with PNW flavor, Piroshky Piroshky hand makes 32 different piroshkies daily, both savory and sweet.
Come on down, breathe in the oven’s aroma, and take a look at their freshly baked goods. It is not uncommon for piroshkies to go straight from the oven into your hands.
What is a piroshky?
The most simple answer is that they are hand pies, and their fillings are as diverse and differing as the cultures and people who make and serve them. That is the beauty of the piroshky — everyone makes it a little differently, and recipes are passed down from generation to generation.
Traditionally piroshkies are served throughout markets and homes in Eastern Europe.