Not Baba's cooking but close. The food is always good and the service is prompt and efficient without being in your face. Make reservations.
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It's a family run business. The food, service and atmosphere were fantastic. Menu was great, a lot of variety. Meal started complimentary bread. We also ordered an appetizer to start. Can't remember the name, something like "bombs". Absolutely delicious! Mix of eggplant, mushroom, cheese and other ingredients rolled into balls with bread coating. Highly recommended. My husband tried the Chicken... More
Loved going to a restaurant that isn't a regular pub or restaurant. The decor is a bit cheesy but really made me feel like I was at a home in Europe, enjoying cultural dishes. Therefore, it was great! We liked the variety of perogies and that you can buy some to go home too. Service was also good - very... More
The atmosphere and decor immediately set the tone for an authentic Ukrainian homey feeling. Lots to look at on the walls and on display. Soups are special - either the borsch or cabbage - my favourite. Options if you are vegetarian too - varenyky ( pyrogies) with cheese or potato filling. If you are adventurous try the pickled herring. Many... More
Big servings, great food, and great service. If you like Ukrainian food, then this is for you. The chicken Kiev is fantastic and the perogies are authentic. Unfortunately, they were out of cannonballs but it just gives us a good reason to go back again.
Meal was awesome - Service was great - Overall experience was good. There were three of us in our party all three meals were excellent.
We had the combo plate and it was so, so. I come from a Slavic backround and the pierogis were doughy and the other items on the plate were nothing special that I would be coming back for!
Décor is what we expected in this mid to small restaurant a kind of county Ukrainian. The food was about average to fair but not overly tasty. Nothing like the homemade Ukrainian dishes at weddings we have been fortunate enough to be invited to over the year. Service was fine, price was too high for this type of fair...and nothing... More
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