We went after seeing some of the glowing reviews. It is a very cordial place, but the food didn't match the hospitality. The wait staff seemed competent, but the quality of ingredients and their preparation was second-rate. We had Hungarian sausage dinners (with sausage that seemed like sawdust) -- [we recommend that they contact Al in Barberton]. Along with this, we had what seemed to me very inadequate potato pancakes - flattened grilled lumps of mashed potato. I liked their sauerkraut, but my wife had red cabbage that was so tough she could not eat it. So, although it seemed like they should have some acceptable fare, we were disappointed -- I'm a bit reluctant to give it another try.
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