Dishes From The World’s Longest Train Journey

The Trans-Siberian Express passes through countries renowned for their hearty cooking. Stewed meats, dumplings and some more peculiar feasts are on the menu.

Lake Baikal’s omul fish – dried and sold as a snack
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Baikal omul fish served with rice and vegetables in a local restaurant
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Borsch – Russian beetroot soup served with sour cream
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Fried spider on a stick! Wangfujing Street, Beijing
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Chicken and vegetable dumpling – my final meal in Moscow
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Bliny – Russian pancakes served with jam, honey or cream
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Wholesome and warming homemade Mongolian beef dumplings

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