We were recently in Denver and wanted to find something unique that our family would enjoy. Well, we found Belvedere, and it was a very nice change of pace.
First off, the space is small but cozy, suggesting a European feel, and we were greeted by Caroline. She took us through some of the menu options and we started with the Pierogi trio, which included potato/cheese, meat and sauerkraut stuffed versions. All had a little onion butter sauce on top that complimented the flavors, but the potato/cheese were the clear favorites. From there, my wife and I split the Schnitzel in hunter sauce, and our daughters had the Kielbasa and the “Italian Pierogis” (or something similar). We were all happy with our food, and they freely allowed exchange of sides, so the teens swapped sauerkraut for the oven roasted potatoes which were really good – and plenty of them.
We finished the meal by chatting with Caroline about her Polish roots, and felt we had a nice meal which was pretty unique. We all left full and happy.
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