Stockmann Gastronom

Stockmann Gastronom in St. Petersburg, Russia

From the time department store Stockmann came to Moscow in 1989, the Russian market has become one of the top performers for the Finnish business. It's not hard to see why. The Stockmann complex in St. Petersburg, built in 2010, is conveniently located near the Moscovsky Train and Station and the Ploschad Vosstaniya metro on the ever always hopping Nevsky Prospekt. The expansive grocery store, found in the basement of the six-storey complex, offers fresh meats and rare cheeses, warm bread from its bakery, and rarities in the Russian market such as peanut butter, marshmallow fluff, and other Finnish food and drinks. Coupling all of this with affordable prices makes Stockmann hard to pass up when you're planning your grocery run.