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If you’re looking for a Walnut Creek restaurant that offers tradition, a welcoming atmosphere, and authentic cuisine, a visit to Babushka Russian Deli and Restaurant is in order.

At Babushka Restaurant, we offer “full-service” catering in our private dining space as well as outdoor patio seating. Our “in-house” catering packages are tailored to create your perfect event.

  • Private Indoor Dining for 10 to 60 people (120 guest capacity with “Seasonal” outdoor seating)
  • Prix-Fixe and Three-Seven Course Menus, Floral Arrangements, Wedding Cakes, and Event Planning “There is No Room Charge, and Low Corkage Fee ($10)”
  • Music & Dancing available with performance stage & sound system
  • Convenient surrounding parking lots, and adjacent public parking is close by.
WINE AND DINE AT BABUSHKA RESTAURANT

From one of our customers’ reviews:

In October we had a meal at Walnut Creek’s Babushka Restaurant that would have been delicious at any time of the year, but that beautiful fall day beneath skies that were sunny and overcast by turn provided a fitting context for the delicious Eastern European food we were being served. My father’s side of the family was Polish. My grandfather came to America on a Russian passport. My grandmother was a wonderful cook, and I was elated to discover a restaurant right here in Walnut Creek that served the dishes and entrees of my childhood, but with flavors and presentations at levels that Grandma couldn’t have imagined and would surely have loved! In fact, when they discovered that we were writing about the restaurant, two fellow diners volunteered enthusiastic endorsements of the restaurant, reveling at the same qualities that I found so attractive. One of them was from Poland and the other from Israel. Both of them said they gladly made the trip from their Berkeley residences for any excuse because, in their opinion, Babushka serves the best food in the Bay Area.

The two women appreciated the atmosphere of the place as well as the authentic quality of the food. One of them, named Batsheva, said, “Babushka is like I remember from my home, but very sophisticated.” The other one, Stefania, said, “I come to Babushka every time I am celebrating anything, bringing my guests with me from Berkeley so together we can enjoy this excellent dining experience. “Stefania said that she had been raised in Poland and had lived in a number of places throughout Eastern Europe. “This is the best restaurant I ever ate in!” she said.

One of the culinary traditions Babushka has preserved is that of freshness. “People didn’t have a freezer in the old days,” Malkov said, “so everything had to be fresh.