I live close to the Pennsylvania coal region and have been searching for an Eastern European restaurant ,but, to no avail. I even travelled to Buffalo, New York, which at one time had the largest Polish population in the country, and still was unsuccessful. And then one day while taking a brief tour of Syracuse, there it was, Eva's. A light shining in the wilderness.
We ordered a number of the dishes and all were excellent. What was of great interest to me, are the menu items which I can't find anywhere else. Try the cabbage and beans, try the green beans, try some of thier salads and you will quickly understand this is more than kielbasa and pierogies joint.
Also, please pay special attention to this advice. They are very accommodating! If you don't want three of an item, just ask for one. Check out the menu and try a little of everything of interest and settle back to enjoy a fantastic ethnic feast.
If this type of food interests you, it is worth a long drive or perhaps stop over in the area.
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