In Russia, they are famous for their Bublik, which is very similar to a bagel.
Its dough is made of flour, butter, milk, sugar, salt, and egg whites, and is boiled before baking just like a bagel and other bread products in the class known as Baranka or Sushki in Russian.
"чайку-с?" is a popular phrase in Russia, which translates to "Some tea?", in English.
Whenever you have tea, traditionally you accompany your drink with biscuits or some sweet treat like jam in this case!
Wild Berry cobblers are very popular in the northern part of the world where the winters are harsh and cold.
Forget your diet when you visit lovely Russia, and indulge in one of the many desserts the country has to offer at their fine restaurants.
I would recommend the traditional baked Zapekanka cheesecake.