Fish. Oysters. WINETIME

Friday, 13 December 2019, 15:38
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The Ukrainian chain of WINETIME grocery stores is now known not only for importing quality drinks, but also for a wide range of fish and seafood in the shops of Kyiv, Vinnitsa and Rivne.
 
WINETIME deli is more than 5,000 square meters of retail space and more than 3,000 items of own imports from Italy, Spain, France, Chile, Portugal, Germany, Scotland, Australia and other countries. WINETIME has established more than 150 direct import contracts with European manufacturers, exclusively supplying their products to the Ukrainian market. All products are certified, legal entities are provided with the necessary documents when purchasing products.
 
It is important that the products are not frozen, but simply kept refrigerated. This guarantees maximum freshness, benefits and taste.
 
Where to look for fish:
Stoyanka, Melioratorov str. 1/3

Kyiv, pr-t Sobornosti, 7-B
Vinnitsa, st. Architects, 5
Rivne, st. Miscavige, 32
 
In February 2020, the opening of the fish department on Bazhana Avenue, 1 (Kyiv) is expected.
 
Another 18 markets boast oysters from different parts of the seabed. They even have the famous Black Queen, originally from the French basin of Maren-Oleron.
 
 
Where to go for oysters:
Vinnitsa, st. Architects, 5
Dnipro, ave. Fields, 59
Dnipro, ave. D. Yavornytsky, 56

Kyiv, Bazhan Ave., 1E
Kyiv, st. B. Vasilkovskaya, 100
Kyiv, pr-t Sobornosti, 7B
Kozin, st. Partizanskaya, 2B
Ivano-Frankivsk, st. Pilip Orlik, 8
Lutsk, Gradnyy descent, 2
Lviv, st. Princess Olga, 100a
Poltava st. Sretenskaya, 22

Kyiv, Parking, st. Miscavige, 32
Ternopol, st. Krushelnitskaya 51
Khmelnitsky, st. Proskurovskaya, 16
Cherkasy, blvd. Shevchenko, 150
Chernivtsi, st. Home, 37
Chernihiv, Prospect Mira, 54
 
ANNOUNCEMENT!
On December 14, 2019, a food court is planned to be opened in the market on Bazhan.
So far without fish, but with delicious steaks and tasting of KINDFISH sturgeon black caviar.
At this event, WINETIME is waiting for all gastronomic travelers and just wanting to enjoy. Free admission.
 

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