This place is located a bit off the beaten track, may not be easily accessible for tourists. But if you by any chance happen to be somewhere close to that place just give it a try.
It's a nice casual restaurant, modern interiors with traditional cuisine - mostly from Polish Eastern Borderlines. My husband ordered meat cutlet similar to Chicken Kiev but made of pork + fried potatoes and Ukrainian style borscht. He liked it very much, everything was fresh and tasty. I ordered pierogi (ruskie style) with butter, fried onions and sour cream. Pierogi came with butter only and I had to ask the waitress to bring me onions and cream, which she did but was kind of surprised... My pierogi were quite tasty, freshly made but a bit too cold (I guess they took them out of boiling water and waited a bit to serve them with my husband's dish).
We visited this place on Sunday and it was very crowded so we had to wait long to order and also for our dishes to be served. But the food is fresh and tasty (and inexpensive) so will definitely visit again.
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