If you want a break from all the over priced seafood restaurants and fine dining Italian places, and appreciate cultural foods like the local authentic Spanish places for tacos or a Haitian place for plantain and oxtail , then this is your place for the central/eastern European style of food. They have a very nice schnitzel, and the sides reminded me of my grandmas cooking. Potato cakes, spaetzle, cabbage, or some sweet and sour cucumber-tomato salad.I had a traditional Czech dish called "Knedlo – Vepro – Zelo", it was tender like brisket or braised bucco, basically it was very good. They had specialty crepes for dessert that were delicious. I had a couple of there czech pilsners they keep on tap "Pilsner Urquell". wow! All of the homemade soups are very hearty and traditional as well. Overall, it was a good experience for those who seek any kind of new culinary experience, otherwise enjoy your grouper and lobster!
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