Despite the bizarre name of this restaurant, our experience was great! We had a very knowledgeable waitress, which is helpful because the beer/wine lists are quite extensive and some in our party were not familiar with a few of the eastern European items on the menu. From my experience the food was authentic and well presented, which made up for the relatively long wait - this is to be expected however on a busy Saturday night and does not affect this positive review. The décor may seem dated to those not having spent time in Europe but it only adds to the cultural experience. Expensive? Relatively, but nobody eats here every day of the week....do they?? PS - three words: Dill. Pickle. Soup.
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