Through online ordering, we connect hungry people with the best local restaurants. Explore restaurants near you to find what you love.
Order popular dishes from a variety of restaurants. Get your order delivered or pick it up.
Apples, pears, assorted berries, all boiled together with our special blend of spices to create a delicious, homemade juice. Served warm or cold to your preference.
Lots of flavors to choose from: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, banana, oreo or any combo of these.
Delicious mix of strawberries and Greek yogurt sweetened with agave nectar.
Delicious mix of banana and Greek yogurt sweetened with agave nectar.
Mango, apple, orange
Turkey, ham or roast beef on ciabatta bread or croissant with lettuce, tomato, and onions.
Belgian waffles served with various fruits and berries topped with whipped cream. Fruit is what is in season.
Meat and potatoes baked in dough.
A large Georgian style meat dumpling. Try to eat it in one bite and let the juices run down your chin.
Borscht is a sour soup popular in several Eastern European cuisines. The variety most commonly associated with the name in English is of Ukrainian origin and includes beetroots as one of the main ingredients, which gives the dish a distinctive red color.
Just like Babushka used to make. This soup is made from scratch using only the freshest and most wholesome ingredients.
This soup, made from scratch, features north Atlantic salmon. Add potatoes, carrots, and spices and this soup is given unique deliciousness that can only be found at Masha and the Bear.
The classic soup is a mix of mostly raw vegetables (like cucumbers, radishes and spring onions), boiled potatoes, eggs, and a cooked meat beef with kvass, which is a non-alcoholic (1.5% or less) beverage made from fermented black or rye bread.
Beef, ham, sausage, cabbage, olives, mushrooms, carrots and lemon.
Traditional salad dish in Russian cuisine. It is made with diced beef, boiled potatoes, cucumber, dill pickles, green peas, eggs, onions, with salt, pepper, dressed with mayonnaise. In many countries, the dish is commonly referred to as Russian potato salad.
Simple and refreshing salad just like summer itself. Tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, lightly dressed with olive oil.
Classic Greek salad. Well, Slavic interpretation of a classic Greek salad if that makes any sense. Feta cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, olives, lightly dressed with avocado oil.
This salad would make Caesar proud. Romaine lettuce and croutons dressed with Parmesan cheese and black pepper topped with Caesar dressing.
Made with fresh spinach, raspberries, feta cheese, pine nuts and topped with a raspberry vinaigrette.
"Crab meat, corn, rice, hard boiled egg, onion and green onion mixed with mayonnaise.
Smoked turkey pieces pulled from the leg with hard boiled egg, bell peppers, corn, tomato and greens dressed with mayonnaise.
Potato dumplings (vareniki) is a vegetarian variation of a filled dumpling of East European origin. Potatoes, spinach, salt, pepper, dough. Consumed with sour cream and a smile.
A truly traditional Russian dish. Strips of beef sauteed in a garlic sour cream sauce. Usually served over mashed potatoes, it is just as yummy with rice, pasta or buckwheat.
Dumplings consisting of a beef filling wrapped in thin, unleavened dough. In Siberia, pelmeni are traditionally frozen outdoors in the winter and treated as preserved food. Must have if you are hunter or explorer heading into the Siberian taiga.
Similar to the pelmini, this beef dumpling is steamed instead of boiled to give the dumpling a more firm texture.
Tefteli is a Russian variation of ancient meatball recipe; beef, onions, garlic, rice, salt, pepper, dill, parsley. Tefteli are usually accompanied by mashed potatoes.
Golubtsi is a cabbage roll dish, consisting of cooked cabbage leaves wrapped around meat fillings seasoned with garlic, onion and spices. Sour cream is the best companion to this dish.
A breaded chicken patty cooked on the grill. Served with lettuce, onion, tomato and cheese on a ciabatta bun.
Chicken cooked in its own juices with zucchini and carrots. Usually served over buckwheat, it is just as tasty on mashed potatoes or rice.
6 large Georgian style meat dumplings. Try to eat one in a single bite and let the juices run down your chin.
Chunks of beef with rice, onions and carrots.
Large Georgian style beef dumplings.
Sometimes referred to as Russian rice. A gluten-free alternative to rice or pasta.
Bite sized meat dumplings for the pint sized customers.
5 breaded chicken nuggets in the shape of your favorite dinosaur shapes, such as pterodactyls, brontosaurus and even T-Rex.
The kids will love the creative way we serve this. Spaghetti noodles and hot dogs.
A smaller portion of the popular homemade chicken noodle soup that Mom and Dad are always getting.
Every child deserves a small bowl of their favorite red Russian soup.
Not just plain old pancakes. These guys are shaped to look like Masha's best friend.
Teach your kids to read Russian! Macaronis in the shape of the Russian alphabet.
An oblong cream puff made from choux pastry filled with a delicious pastry cream.
The name derives from its shape. Fried dough mixed with sgushonka, caramelized sweetened condensed milk, with shaved coconut sprinkled on top and then shaped to look like an ant hill.
These are a classic Russian dessert. They are made by sandwiching sgushonka, caramelized sweetened condensed milk, between 2 shortbread cookies and rolled in multi-colored sugar. They look just like peaches. A perfect compliment to a hot cup of tea or coffee.
Crepes rolled around cottage cheese, covered with a variety of fruits and nuts and topped with whipped cream.
Honey cake is a Russian layer cake with sour cream base cream. Very tasty and popular in Eastern europe
Avacado, oranges, lemon peel and agave nectar blended together with ice to create a refreshing fruity, slushy treat.
Is a sweet meringue based confection made with egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder and food coloring
Menu for Masha and The Bear Cafe provided by Allmenus.com
DISCLAIMER: Information shown may not reflect recent changes. Check with this restaurant for current pricing and menu information. A listing on Allmenus.com does not necessarily reflect our affiliation with or endorsement of the listed restaurant, or the listed restaurant's endorsement of Allmenus.com. Please tell us by clicking here if you know that any of the information shown is incorrect. For more information, please read our Terms and Conditions.