We were surprised to find an Eastern European restaurant in such a place. We had potato dumplings with wild mushroom sauce and marinated pork with potato pancakes (latkis?) and mushroom sauce. The food was absolutely out of this world. Decided to go again the next day for dinner. In fact, the menu is an unusual mix of Polish, Hungarian and Japanese dishes. Tuna on skewers was better than we ever had in any Japanese place! Dinner menu is short - in our experience, a sign of a good restaurant. Interesting restored Victorian building, friendly, though not always perfect, service, good choice of drinks. And extremely cheap, too.
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