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My grandma and I just wanted to have lunch together and since I live in the neighborhood, I said, “Why don’t we try here— I’ve never been still.”
Man, I’m sad I hadn’t been yet.
I was kind of surprised nobody had been inside when...More
We were going to grab some quick Chinese food next store. Decide to try instead and glad we did. The menu is mainly eastern European. Was just like we were back in the old country. The cook even took us to the kitchen and let...More
Located in another nondescript strip mall, entering the café we found it to be very inviting as were the husband and wife team who run the establishment and prepare all the food, specializing in Old World European dishes.
Traveling on business from different directions, several...More
One night after work I stopped here for my first time ever. I got the chicken paprikash as takeout. I have never had chicken paprikash before, or any Eastern European Food really (I'm Puerto Rican). This dish was absolutely amazing. The owner recommended it after...More
This was our second visit - the food and service was as good as we remembered. The salad fresh & crisp. Bread fresh from the oven. The Wiener Schnitzel superb - very thin with delicious breading. Veggies very fresh and rice prepared perfectly. Many outstanding...More
Oh my goodness, where do I begin? Everything was fine until we ordered. The chef/owner/waiter was charming, extolling the excellence of the food, pushing the European entrees. There were 4 of us and 2 opted for Chicken Paprikas and 2 for sandwiches. That seemed to...More