One day on the last weekend around lunch time I walked with a good friend of mine in uptown New Westminster, when we got hungry and had appetite for Borsch, a kind of typical Ukrainian soup. Luckily, in that area, near a Ukrainian church was a Ukrainian bakery that offered also some light and inexpensive lunch meals. So we went in to “Solodko” and ordered borsch and a poppy seed roll. We found the idea neat that the green onion could be cut fresh directly from onion plants in pots on the tables. The soup was not so great; the taste was relative thin, and it was just lukewarm. And the amount of poppy seed in the roll was not as high as I knew it from other bakeries.
In general, it was not such a great place; but for a small bite it’s ok.
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