We ate here June 4, 14, at about 6:45pm. Being Wednesday, there was no rush and we were seated immediately.
We had a hard time making a choice. The meal comes with some very delicious homemade bread and butter.
I chose the PEROGIES ‘N’ UKRAINIAN SAUSAGE ($9.95). Ten potato cheddar perogies sautéed with bacon and onions and served with grilled Ukrainian sausage and sour cream on the side.
The perogies tasted pretty good but the potato was slightly bland. When something is sautéed I expect that the outside will be at least slightly toasted. These perogies had almost no evidence of sautéing.
The sausage was excellent. However, there were only 3 pieces which “averaged” a maximum 2” diameter by 1/4” thick (5 x .65cm). A little short on meat in my opinion.
My wife chose their signature dish CHICKEN ‘OOPA’ ($15.50). A double breast of chicken, stuffed with feta cheese and sliced almonds. Sautéed in butter with fresh mushrooms, lemon and a touch of honey. Served with fresh vegetables and either pasta, mashed potatoes, or Jasmine rice.
The chicken was pretty good though just a tad dry. The feta cheese was a large block as opposed to sprinkled pieces and the stuffing as a whole was uneven. Not sure how much one can do to make it even though. We both thought it was good overall.
My wife does not like mushrooms, but the sauce was pretty good. I liked the mushrooms and sauce.
The broccoli was cooked perfect, the carrots slightly crisp.
The mashed potatoes were delicious.
We had hoped to try their apple pie but did not have enough room for even a bite.
My wife also tried a glass of “JOHN’S PLACE SANGRIA” ($5.95). Red wine, triple sec, brandy, cranberries and fresh orange topped with bubbly soda! Instead of soda water,she requested 7Up which made it sweet and delicious; just right!
Overall it was a good meal, the service was good, and we both enjoyed it. We expected better however.
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