Our first time to this place, so I ordered a sampler platter which included cabbage roll, chicken paprikash, and breaded pork chops. The cabbage roll was excellent, the paprikash sauce the best I've had on some yummy dumpling/noodles (although the bone-in chicken breast on top was a little dry) but oh, the pork chop. And to be honest, it was the item I assumed would be dry. However, it was moist, delicious, and perfectly seasoned. I paid an upgrade to get sour cream cucumber salad instead of the tossed and it was great as well. We shared a variety of desserts and each was better than the last, all made in house. I will certainly find an excuse to go up to Southgate and eat here again! I need to try the veal paprikash, which is described as having the chunks of veal incorporated into the dish--more like what I was expecting with the chicken. But then I wouldn't be able to eat a pork chop...decisions, decisions. Finally, the service was great and the decor, which featured beautifully embroidered Hungarian tablecloths, was inviting. Prices were reasonable and there is a bar.
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