11 Military Cafeteria In The Leningrad Region

Military Cafeteria In The Leningrad Region

Posted on March 5, 2012 by


Theses photographs taken in August, 2011 will show you what happens in the cafeteria of a military unit located in the Leningrad Region during one day. It is the largest cafeteria in the region seating 2,000 persons.

Today on the menu: borsch, solyanka and pease pudding with meat balls.


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11 Responses to “Military Cafeteria In The Leningrad Region”

  1. 山下智久 says:

    every one russian people must serve in the army?

  2. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Not bad for Russia,I guess, but not even close to what US troops get. Russian soldiers deserve the very best food their country can provide.

    • ayaa says:

      Even if Russian soldiers got 6-course meals every day, it still wouldn’t come even halfway close to what US troops get, in your eyes.

  3. Testicules says:

    Otis is right. If you have ever eaten in a US mess hall (doesn’t matter what branch of service) you will be blown away by the variety and quality of food.

    • athome says:

      Yea, right.
      America, greatest place in the world; 3rd most populous country (with a 3rd worls sized population), 1 billion within the next 80 years

  4. Sprmcandy says:

    Yum, Yum. (puk)!

  5. joby.a.a says:

    they deserve good food as they are doing great service to the nation.

  6. Douglas says:

    Only 11% of males ever serve in Russian military.

  7. Douglas says:

    Only 11% of males ever serve in Russian military. [According to current stats.]

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