Get your taste buds dancing to a new tune !
Tried all the popular Western and Asian cuisines ? Looking for a new authentic food experience ?
Cossack Cuisine offers familiar dishes with a truly Russian twist such as –
– Zukuski (appetisers)
– Pelmeni (dumplings)
– Piroshki (pies)
– Kotletki (meatballs)
– Ryba (fish)
– Miaso (meat)
– Dich (game)
– Ragu (stews)
– Ovoschi (veggie)
– Sladosti (desserts) & much more
Personal & Corporate Events
We cater for all types of events with your choice of menu from our vast range of Russian dishes. Not sure? Come to one of taster events!
Let Cossack Cuisine cater for your next event – birthdays, engagements, wedding, christenings, office parties, boardroom lunches, sporting events & more. Whatever the occasion I can offer you a bespoke service to make your event extra special and personal to you.
If you would like an informal, no obligation, discussion regarding the catering I could do for you at your event then please contact me.
What is “Cossack Cuisine” all about ?
This is how Leeza Murina, the owner of Cossack Cuisine explains it:
“I am on a quest to break stereotypes about Russian food and show the world that Russian delicacies are not limited to caviar and vodka”
“The food that I make takes in flavours from all around the former Soviet Union, like hearty dishes from the west, & spicy food from the south”
“My “Cossack Cuisine” is food with a Russian accent. It offers an adventurous foodie a fresh and exciting opportunity – to explore an unknown territory of true Russian cuisine - a chance to finally dispel the myth of Russian food being boring, uninspiring & bland!”
Note: Leeza also is a renowned baker and cake maker – please visit her web site – leezascakes.com
The origins of Cossack Cuisine
The Cossacks played an important role in the historical development of both Ukraine and Russia. During their raids in Turkey and Persia, the Cossacks picked up the customs of European, Caucasian and Oriental culture, including cuisine culture.
Thanks to the Cossacks, today’s Russian cuisine owes its excellence to the food heritage of the vast and multi-cultural expanse of former Soviet states – a food heritage that Leeza Murina has incorporated into her own Cossack Cuisine experience.