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Its not that its not a good restaurant, but the fact that this place tops the rankings is just mind blowing. Its a small cozy place near Lychakiv cemetery. The food is typical eastern european jewish cuisine. I think the place is overrated and overprices....More
A small, cute place near the cemetary, but nothing special with the food. Maybe it’s about my taste, i had lamb meat and didnt like it. If i had time i would go again and try other dishes from the menu, but still, i dont...More
We had a lunch here and were 100% satisfied.
The restaurant is in the basement of an old house. It has an atmosphere, enhanced by old books, paintings, etc.
We have ordered chicken soup, some Jewish specialities, backed salmon and lamb with egg plants. All...More
I heard a lot about this place from my friends, espessialy that humus is very good, so I came there for a supper with my boyfriend. We took tram #3 to the stop "Zelena Street" and from there it took us around 10 minutes to...More
This is one of the nicest places I have ever visited - delicious cuisine, a home atmosphere, friendly hosts. The menu consists of Ashkenaz and Sephardi dishes. In the cafe practicing cooking dishes after their order, so everything is fresh. Sometimes you have to wait...More
When i entered this place( after a 25 min walk through heavy rain) i felt like in an old childhood movie from the soviet union. Authentic decoration from the entry to the bathroom, where they keep the wooden ski equipment. The food is delicious, with...More