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Posted by Shawn bogusz on 06/02/2012
Just tried their shish kabob at the division festival. Amazing! Never heard of the place before, but I'll definetly make my way to their restaurant.
Posted by razzina on 07/05/2009
This place is awsome! Spinach , mushroom and cheese crepes are the best.
Posted by Ukie Girl on 04/22/2009
This is one of my favorite places for lunch. The tuna melt, borscht and carrot salad are all to die for! Just be sure to call ahead, they tend to take their time making the food. and even if you don't call ahead, t's definitely worth the wait!! They also have really yummy coffee - caffe umbria - which isn't all that easy to find in the area! The desserts are great too!
Posted by Alex on 09/24/2008
Not many places offer such delicious little treats at such a price, and to think that I used to go to BLEEDING HEART! I skip dessert at most restaurants now (and I'm a restaurant aficionado if I do say so myself) just because they don't compare to what this little treasure box can offer. The woman who bakes is a magnificent pastry chef, and has 2 gorgeous daughters (Ukrainian blonds, go figure) for all you guys out there. I wonder how many customers they bring in. This place is definitely worth a visit, you'll be coming back for more in no time.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/10/2008
Great deserts and pastries, not all of which are Eastern European in influence. Lots available in mini form - brownies, cookies, cheesecakes - which are perfect boxed for a hostess gift or offer as a dessert [select]ion at your own dinner party. A limited selection of savory dishes are available - often crepes, pierogis and a soup. Service is typically nice enough although always to date, very slow. Doesn't seem to be under-staffing at fault either.