If you like fish fry this is the place to go. Best I've had. Also, try the onion rings. Their home made pies are the best.
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We first looked at the on-line menu and chose a couple of things from there before we actually got to the restaurant. When we arrived it was still partially light out so that the entrance was visible. We had my 100 year old mother-in-law with...More
Great dinner experience. My husband and I were not rushed at all. We did not feel pressured into ordering quickly and we weren't halfway through our salads when our meals came out which was a refreshing change. I had the spaghetti (vegetarian). My husband had...More
Love the broiled haddock that was cooked to perfection, side dishes excellent. What I really enjoyed was the piping hot butter that was served with the fish. This was my first visit and I would go again and recommend it to anyone who wanted an...More
the food is excellent. Traveling through the state, only people in the restaurant were us, service excellent and food also, stayed open later to serve us.we went on a Monday night
The Kitlas Restaurant has been in business for many years. It has always been a family place with good food and a friendly atmosphere. We recently went there and found just the opposite. Our server was very nice and came to our table quickly as...More
We went to the restaurant before going to a play. The room was homey and welcoming, but very chilly. There was some heat coming from the register under the table, but drafts from the octagon window made the dining experience a bit uncomfortable. People sitting...More
Nice little restaurant with a separate bar area. The service was friendly and prompt. Food is very good and prices are reasonable. Will definitely stop here again.
Recently tried, based on a recommendation, the Polish food at Kitlas. I had pierogis and golabkis. The pierogis were buttery and covered with sautéed onions. Six in an order, I had 3 cabbage and 3 potato. They were the best I've ever had; (but I...More