This is an alphabetical list of cuisine in the Grishaverse, by nation.
- Bread - At a tavern in Djerholm called Gestinge, the bread is stale and black. It is unclear if the bread is normally black.
- Herring - Eaten by the drüskelle.
- Reindeer meat - Dried, it is stored in whaler's huts. It is also eaten freshly cooked.
- Roasted seaweed - Stored in whaler's huts.
- Salt cod - Eaten by the drüskelle.
- Apple cakes with sweet cream - Possibly a Fjerdan courting gift.
- Cookies - Served at a bakery.
- Semla - Filled with sweet almond paste.
- Sweet rolls - Served at a bakery.
- Brännvin - A clear liquor served at a tavern.
- Hot coffee mixed with chocolate - Served at a bakery.
- Dried beef 
- Crackers - Can be stored wrapped in wax paper.
- Dragon fruit - An exotic fruit imported from the Southern Colonies.
- Ham - Served at the Van Eck house.
- Gravy - Served at the Van Eck house.
- Mangoes - An exotic fruit imported from the Southern Colonies.
- Oranges - An imported fruit considered exotic.
- Small pineapples - An exotic fruit imported from the Southern Colonies.
- Sugar - Imported from Novyi Zem.
- Buttered prawns - Served at Club Cumulus.
- Cabbage rolls
- Cheese and leek pie - Served at the Van Eck house.
- Eggs - Served for breakfast at Cilla's Fry and the Kooperom in Ketterdam.
- Fried dough stuffed with currants
- Fried potatoes - Served by street venders in Ketterdam.
- Hutspot - Can be made with smoked sausage.
- Omelets - Build-your-own omelet stands in Ketterdam.
- Oysters - A gift from Kerch Ambassadors to the Queen of Ravka. Also served at the Club Cumulus.
- Pea soup - Served at the Geldrenner Hotel.
- Roast goose
- Salt cod
- Sandpipers packed in dry ice - A gift from Kerch Ambassadors to the Queen of Ravka.
- Waffles - Can be served with apple syrup.
- White bread rolls - Served by street venders in Ketterdam.
- Almond candies - A gift from Kerch Ambassadors to the Queen of Ravka.
- Candied plums
- Chocolate biscuits/cookies - Wylan Van Eck, a Kerch character, calls them "cookies", but Nina Zenik and Matthias Helvar, foreign characters, call them "biscuits".
- Quince candy
- Spun sugar
- Strawberries and cream - Served at the Geldrenner Hotel.
- Coffee - More common than tea in Kerch.
- Tea - Can be served with honey and lemon, or with sugar.
- Hot chocolate
- Fermented cherry drink - Served at the Crow Club.
- Hermit cake
- Wild quail - On the Zemeni frontier.
- Sugar - usually exported to Kerch
- Dried beef
- Bread - Many varieties including rye bread.
- Cheese - A variety of hard cheese was eaten by Alina Starkov.
- Grain - From east Ravka.
- Fig - Served on feast days in Keramzin.
- Wild grouse
- Wild rabbit
- Summer melons
- Peach - Popular in the summer. Peaches are also grown in hothouses in the Little Palace.
- Plum - Grown in hothouses in the Little Palace.
- Sugar - From west Ravka. Rationed during the Border Wars.
- Blini - Seen during a celebration of Butter Week in a village and in Ketterdam's Little Ravka.
- Can be served with lemon zest.
- Cabbage rolls
- Smoked cod
- Dumplings with sour cream
- Dumpling soup - Served during the feast day of Sankt Nikolai.
- Goose glazed in honey, dress with tart berries
- Kutya with honey and poppy seeds - Served during the feast day of Sankt Nikolai.
- Roasted lynx - Seen during the Winter Fete dinner.
- Roasted lamb
- Partridge with crispy skin
- Pickled herring - Served in the Little Palace.
- Salted herring - Served in Ketterdam's Little Ravka.
- Burnt swan with saffron - Seen during the Winter Fete dinner.
- Salted peaches - Served during the Winter Fete.
- Sweet pea porridge - A feast day food in Keramzin.
- Pelmeni - Served in Ketterdam's Little Ravka.
- Pork loin
- Porridge with cream and sugar - Served in the Little Palace.
- Potato dumplings
- Quail egg pie
- Quail roasted in honey - A feast day food in Keramzin.
- Skate fried in butter - Served in the Little Palace.
- Squirrel - Served at a boardinghouse in Kribirsk.
- Spicy fish soup
- Stewed apples
- Stuffed cabbage
- Stewed turnip - Served at a boardinghouse in Kribirsk.
- Venison steak
- Skillet bread - A Suli dish, made with rosemary and/or dill.
- Black currant cakes
- Candy/Sweets - Seen during a celebration of Butter Week in a village.
- Candied plums
- Pomdrakon (dragonbowl) - Raisins soaked in brandy and set on fire for fun.
- Champagne - Seen during the Winter Fete dinner.
- Cherry cordial
- Coffee - Consumed by the Suli and the grounds used for divining.
- Tea - A common beverage usually served in samovars.
- Spiced wine
- Kvas - The alcohol content of kvas is unknown, though Alina is said to have once been drunk on kvas.
- Cakes - Including custard cakes and fried cakes.
- Milk pudding flavored with rosewater - Eaten at spring festivals.
- Plum - Grown in Amhrat Jen orchards