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Posted by Mihaila on 08/22/2010
I had a delicious meal at Kafana. I recommend that everyone dine there. It was the highlight of my trip to NYC.
Posted by ny_serbian on 06/26/2010
OK, so Kafana is the 1st Serbian place in the city, great interior, good live music on Fridays, however, there is no hospitality and kindness about this guy. To open a 1st Serbian place in the city to hope to be around in the future, change the rude attitude!
Posted by Bon Appetit 787 on 06/04/2010
Could be so wonderful. When I think Eastern European, I think boring meat and potatoes. There is definitely a wide variety of meat on this menu- but it is far from boring. My friend and I started with an appetizer of grilled bread filled with a light cheese- it was too die for. The salads were fresh and the service was terrific. The waitress was happy to answer all of our questions and let us sample wines before buying. A terrific find.
Posted by karin miller on 02/12/2010
Four of us ate their for the first time last night (read about it in NY Times article on Serbian hamburgers) and everything we read was justified - really delicious - better than we had hoped and it's such lovely looking restaurant. We will certainly return.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2009
Food was great, atmosphere was authentic and unique, and the people made you feel like you were in a dream.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/11/2009
Avoid the tourist guidebook / blog following crowd and head to this place, the next time you're up for some Eastern European brunch. Way too much food to finish and unlike Veselka, it's not bland and mediocre. The smoked sausage here is SMOKED and the portions are grandiose. That said, the staff is attentive and the location is quite charming. Not another place similar too, so it's a good break from brunch monotony.
Posted by TripleJ on 06/29/2009
I went there for brunch and was delighted by the killer french toast! I'm a big boy and I could barely finish it.