The food here is always dependable. Certainly the best restaurant in the general area, and whilst not up to Logan Brown standards, also not up there in price either. Entrees in the late teens, mains $30-38, and deserts similar to entrees. The wine list was very fairly priced, and the beers very interesting indeed. We had pierogi for entree, and this was rather nice, the bacon being a nice touch. I found this went very well with the dark Russian porter I had with it. The mains we had were the venison and the duck. Both were delicious; I though the prefer my duck slightly more underdone, but my friend thought it was perfect. The venison was beautifully cooked, tender and moist. The accompaniments were spot on. I particularly liked the cabbage with my wife's venison, and the mash. Deserts were uniformly good. I loved my panna cotta, particularly with the fruit sauce in the bottom, and I loved the freshly baked pear and almond tart my friend had, and my wife found the mazurek delicious. I did not quite care for the poppy seed cake, but my other friend thought it was great. They obviously care about their food, and the service and pace of the meal were very good. We went on a Friday, and it was rather busy, so think about booking. Given that the prices are above routine going out prices, the fact that the place was pretty packed is a good sign for the quality. Very good for GF as my wife is. Also vegitarians. We have been before several times, and will definitely go again.
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