Our family finally tried it, after passing by it several times on previous visits to that area of St. Paul. Only regret was not trying it earlier. Everyone in our family liked the three versions of dumplings on the regular menu. Was there when weekend-brunch menu was also served. Borscht was light, simple, and fresh-- not overcooked nor too salty. Finished off by splitting a Napoleon pastry-- a nice end.
Will want to come back to try either the vodka flights or house beer (several other microbrews also on tap).
I can see people finding it cramped if it got busy. During our Saturday lunchtime meal, it was nicely cozy and we got a window seat, with a nice view of the Cathedral Hill crossroads.
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