Chain of Fast Casual Restaurants "Teremok". St. Petersburg, Russia. Russian Cuisine.

Pubblicato il 17 gen 2019
"Teremok" is an old Russian word for a small wooden house. Nowadays, it is also the brand name for a popular fast-food chain in Russia founded in 1998. Though after the latest re-branding, they say it is not a "fast food" but "fast casual".
"Teremok" is based on Russian food such as blini, pelmeni, borscht and kvass. The official concept of Teremok is to offer traditional Russian cuisine as fast food but to be at the same time more natural and healthy.
Currently there is 135 "Teremok" locations in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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  • « From this angle it looks like I’m a deer » 😂👍

  • I would just go in there for three puddings and hot chocolate.

  • Sergie, you know good and well that you ate everything you bought. I saw the gleam in your eyes just loking at that delicious food.

  • This food chain should go GLOBAL. I'm not kidding. It taste FANTASTIC

  • I love this guy. I get hungry when I watch him eat. Russia is awesome. Thanks Sergey!!.

  • Предпочитаю Теремок другим сетевым ресторанам. Люблю у них уху по-фински, всегда её беру в холодные дни и окрошку летом. Ещё гурьевская каша хороша. И очень приятно старинное обращение Сударыня.

  • I really would love to come to Russia one day :)

  • Russia is amazing and beautiful.Rasija prekrasnaja.

  • Бедный Сергей! Это ж надо столько съесть за один раз! Сочувствую...

  • Do they have menu in english? Is it difficult to buy food if your a foreigner ni St. Petersburg?

  • The reason they prefer Cola, is tradition. It's their tradition to drink cola based beverages for over 100 years. Further more, Americans have a complicated relationship with alcohol. Namely they passed laws to forbid it's consumption several times in the past, and some areas remain "dry" even today. Kvas contains in the order of 1% or less alcohol, and while Slavic cultures freely serve it to children, in America this can be seen as socially unacceptable. And coupled with the general lack of familiarity with fermented beverages and food products, results in general ignorance of Kvas and other fermented food products. In effect they don't know, because they got saddled with all the drunks of Europe once upon a time, and their solution was to forbid all alcohol entirely (accept for medical use, with special licenses). Looking deeper, Americans have a rich tradition of alcohol production since the very first colonial settlements. It's worth a look, if you enjoy history.

  • What's wrong with the 32 thumbed down? weird people.

  • I want Russia right now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • OMG… It's 2 AM and I'm super hungry!

  • I need to practice the list of your order for my travel 😃 I eat alot 😃 Спасибо

  • Never had a bad bowl of borsht the whole time I was there, including the truck stops/roadside cafes!! Added fun, I've eaten at that restaurant, it was rather tasty!

  • Do you know of anywhere to get the recipes for Russian food?

  • love your channel but I hate sour creme lol for sweets I like apple pie and chocolate cake , basic American favorites

  • Thank you, Sergey. I have never tried Russian food. This looks delicious!

  • It’s like American diner , just cooked from healthy products and very clean cooking , ( Russians are very cleanI I also mean it’s not used too much of fat and poisonous canola oil. Russian culture is very french influenced during centuries. Strangely only because of taste preference of aristocracy . You fined similarity’s. In language as well.

  • Russian mums were always the best cooks now they work in restaurants & continue the tradition of good food.

  • Oh it all looks so good, and makes me want to return to Russia, asap!

  • So you call the '' caffè macchiato '' espressino? It's funny :D

  • I like Kvass. I tried it in California at a Russian Orthodox Church that had Russian festival. I want to make it. Now I am thirsty for Kvass.

  • Very nice videos. You have a great personality. I like to visit Russia someday. It looks interesting there.

  • 5:08 i'd like to know the story that the wallpaper is trying to tell with a "samovar carriage" and the rest -- authentically Russian, i believe +1 Like :)

  • I would love to visit Russia, especially your beautiful city.

  • Oh My, SO MUCH FOOD!!! Looks good...

  • OK from watching this guy's videos I've learned that Russian food is so my taste. I would legit like every food there. All looks so good.

  • January in St. Petersburg; How cold is it?

  • Everything looks so good even the marshmello

  • Koshi Koshi 👍

  • I'm happy to see this! It looks great! Unfortunately I went to the first Teremok restaurant in New York City and it was terrible. Their staff mostly did not speak Russian and they knew nothing about the food. They had no salad Olivier and the blini were awful.. inedible. Such a shame because I would LOVE to get any of the food seen in this video!

    • Everything I said was true when I went there. I am glad it was better when you visited. Unfortunately both of their NYC restaurants have now closed permanently.

    • 😏 why you just say untruth? I personally was there and made a video in NYC's "Teremok" and there was everything.

  • I want to visit Russia ....someday. it is a beautiful Russia...so is central asia

  • the best!

  • Look delicious. I also like how russia is well preserved old architecture outside and inside is a modern twist .

  • love your video's ,want to visit St Petersburg for a month or more

  • Fascinating video sir. Thanks for making these. I would love to visit Russia with my wife but am a little concerned. My wife is mixed race, and I have heard some bad things about attitudes towards people with brown skin. What is your opinion?

  • This was just wonderful! I like your friendly smiles, and great attitude. My Brother was a Russian instructor for Naval Schools Pensacola Florida (USA) but sadly I never had the opportunity. Your Video was great fun! André

  • как ты все это съедаешь один?

  • Great videos. How about a cafe for industrial workers, or a truck stop for long haul drivers.

    • for industrial workers? ... you mean cafes on the territory of big factories where they eat at lunch breaks? I doubt it you can "penetrate" inside a factory to film there... can you come to General Motors factory in USA and go to film their canteen or cafe inside?

  • shot on my birthday jan. 17. could watch all night - but have to go to work tomorrow, of course.

  • What I love about traditional Russian meals is that you can go to the store and buy like 2-5 ingredients for every meal, and the condiments and spices are common. But the flavor is still satisfying. And you get full, but not bloated.

  • Ah, very nice. Now you gave me a wonderful idea for serving homemade ravioli with a taziki sauce:)

  • Love these videos Sergey! Keep up the great work!

  • When I have traveled I go for the locals food! So if I visit Sp. Petersburg I will have the same menu you had. Also in Europe Hostals are popular,and so are Bed & Breadfast (B&B). What about St.Petersburg? Fermented drinks are becoming popular in SCal...

  • Everything looked delicious!

  • I wish we had a restaurant in my town that serves what is on this menu.

  • Olivje is just amazing

  • Food looks great, i should visit St. Petersburg. And so cheap! that coffee you got is called cortado here i think it's spanish?, i get it all the time!.. Fun fact a single coffee like that costs 10 dollars here.. greetings for Denmark

  • Yes! Keep these wonderful videos coming please .

  • OK, this is going to sound stupid, but for some reason I never imagined Russian sweets. Amazing how we get these weird ideas.

  • Super!

  • Sergey, I'm so interested in the salad you showed us and told us it was your favorite. I live in the U.S. and have never seen a salad like that. So please go over with us exactly what's in it, and what is the dressing? We call it salad dressing, is it sour cream, mayonnaise or something else. And also what is the buckwheat portage, it looks delicious. I wish you had a blog that gave recipes.

    • but he mentioned all the ingredients except he wrongly said "corn" while there is no corn there because he meant "peas" - a slip of his tounge ... Dressing may be a sour cream or a mayonnaise - ..... as for buckwheat - you'll have a problem to find it in North America - I once asked for it in Canadian supermarket and they called a manager because they didn't know what it was - that manager finally found buckwheat on the shelf, but there was no indication "buckweat" on it - it goes under the label name "kasha" there - but it was indeed a pack of buckwheat

  • I like this place the best. Bring one to the US!

  • I always read about how expensive Russia is, but the prices in your videos are always very reasonable for what you get. Nice decor in this restaurant as well.

  • Enjoyed that alot..Thank You! Have to try the drink on day

  • oooo it's co clean in that place. People in Russia take pride in their business establishments.

  • I didnt enjoy, you did!!