I have to start out by saying that the piroshkis sold in U.S. restaurants and cafes are interesting. Why? First, because they look nothing like that ones that I saw in Russia. Second, because the only piroshki I ever ate in Russia were handmade in a Siberian village or mass-produced and sold in an underground metro passageway. I just think it is strange that piroshki are now synonymous with Russian food in the U.S.
The piroshki sold at this location are probably my favorite ones in Seattle, though that may just be nostalgia speaking since they were the first ones that I tasted. Anyway, I've always been happy with the selection and the customer service. It's a small shop that can be filled up quickly, but is good for a quick bite to eat.