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It's been over a decade since I ate at this little gem, tucked into the lobby of the Ukrainian National Home. There's been a steep decline in quality. I brought a large party of 27 here. We decided in advance on a limited menu with...More
Charming restaurant ,hidden from the street. The food is delicious and there is so much to chose from. From appetizers to dessert, we enjoyed everything. Highly recommend the stuffed cabbage, pirogues and soups. The wine and beer were great too,
I was really shocked to find out such a poor cuisine in NYC.
Being native Ukrainian and cooking traditional dishes great myself, I was very disappointed with such version of borsch. The only taste it had was vinegar.
Surprisingly served even without any single piece...More
Mandatory 21 % Service fee for no service
food is decent
but I will never come back to this restaurant which totally destroyed my orginal opinion of NYC.
I can never forget the meal when I was arranged at the corner and watching the waitress...More
Comfort food can be really delicious. However, I wasnt enamored with this place. They serve big portions but I find that it lacked flavor. Food was lukewarm. It wasn't our first choice for Ukrainian food as the other place was closed due to plumbing issues.
Two heaping plates of great food and soft drinks for under $40 - TIP INCLUDED! Service was refreshingly unpretentious and efficient (our server almost cracked a smile when I told her how much we loved the food). Very authentic atmosphere and food. Probably not a...More