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4 based on 19 reviews
Typical hearty meal native to Eastern Europe!Too much food but welcome to America!It was a very enjoyable meal.We had the app for four, cold. Then we had sinner for four, hot. It was a generous plate and four hungry men could not finish it!
4 based on 22 reviews
Generous portions of stick-to-the-ribs Bohemian staples, i. e. Roast Duck, Breaded Pork, etc. were well prepared. Service was friendly and efficient. My issue is the vibe. The entrance takes you through a very large bar area. The locals at the bar usually turn around on their stools to see who's coming in. I like bars and I like locals, just not sure if I like walking through them on my way to a family dinner. And the dining area itself reminded me of a school lunchroom. Too large for the amount of tables and pretty much devoid of any ambiance. Not planning a return visit.
4 based on 63 reviews
We've shopped at the neighboring stores for years but only recently got around to visiting the Westchester Inn. For a weekday lunch, the modest dining room was very full, but there was no wait. Other reviewers have commented on the portions, and I'll confirm that they're generous. We observed one gentleman seated at the next table who had a system in play. When his meal arrived, he immediately placed one of two cutlets served to him into a take-out container and proceeded to enjoy the rest of his lunch. Hmm. That's something to consider. If you have some favorite Tupperware, it might be worth the effort to bring it along. There were lots of entrees and specials to choose from, and my husband was pleased with the Stuffed Pepper special which was served with a tasty sauce and his chosen dumplings and sauerkraut. I had the "small" order of spareribs with boiled potatoes and sweet-n-sour cabbage. A standard gravy was served on the side. Since I had filled up on rye bread and butter and beef noodle soup, I ended up bequeathing about half of the ribs to my husband, but I easily could've taken leftovers home. Soup, coffee, and dessert came with the meals, and a complete lunch for two hearty eaters was under $20. What?! We look forward to working our way through the menu!
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