Slideshow SLIDESHOW: What We Ate on the Trans-Siberian Railway

We boarded the Trans-Siberian Railway in Moscow on a foggy, freezing February night. When we disembarked in Beijing, it was a bright March afternoon, and we had traveled more than 4,800 miles. The Trans-Siberian dining cars are independently owned and operated, serving the food of whatever country the train is in. Crispy chicken in the Chinese dining car, kolbasa in the Russian dining car, and more. It was an exciting (and diversely delicious) ride; here's what we ate along the way.

About the authors: Jessica Allen and Garrett Ziegler write the blog We Heart New York. From 2011 to 2013, they wrote the Date Night column for Serious Eats: New York.


Comments can take up to a minute to appear - please be patient!

Previewing your comment: