This is a Polish cuisine restaurant. There are steamed and sauteed perogi to sample with different fillings (plus other things that we did not try). The Perogie were good, the sauce on top was not very varied, basically sour cream or a variant or "gravy" (pretty much oil/butter? with bits in it). The "sour" soup was very nice. the service was nearly non-existant, some sort of person with no commitment to the job, dressed up in what was supposed ot be traditional costume.
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