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Two Ukrainian sisters, Tatyana and Svetlana, opened Tala in 2007 to share a rich culture
of their motherland with the Raleigh area residents. They believe that savoring original flavors of ethnic cuisine is the best way to learn about the people of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and other former soviet states, as well as their history, culture and values. Tatyana and Svetlana have been serving the North Carolina community to enhance learning experience for everyone who interested in discovering Eastern Europe through food and to bring the taste of home for the local expat community.
In Tala, you can find a wide variety of high-quality groceries, specialty products, souvenirs, magazines, books and movies from Eastern Europe.
fresh home-made rye bread
One of the most popular products in Tala is their rye bread made fresh every day. Tatyana and Svetlana make the rye bread dough by hand and bake fresh loaves every day following their traditional family recipe from Ukraine.
Call or visit the store to ask about the special seasonal products for Christmas and Easter.
5720 L Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27616
(across the street from
Leith BMW Dealer)
Sun-Tue 12 pm–6 pm
Thu-Sat 11 am–7 pm
Experience Eastern European cuisine, famous for its rich and savory flavors, by following these traditional recipes.
And remember to stop by at Tala to get your high-quality authentic ingredients.
Tala is much more than a store. It's a hub for the Russian-speaking community in North Carolina. It's a place where people can meet and build social and business relationships. And, to foster these business relationships, Tala helps local small businesses to share information about their services.
If you want to add your card to Tala Bulletin Board, stop by the store and talk to Tatyana or Svetlana.