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Korzo (fka Eurotrip)
Posted by Balkan Momma on 02/11/2011
I've eaten here several times. Everything I've had has been great. I brought a group of people here and all agreed it was stupendous. They are always, always nice here.
Posted by Lex on 01/25/2010
I've visited Korzo about 5 or 6 times so a review is long overdue. While I've long appreciated central European food the execution at many New York area restaurants sometimes leaves something to be desired. Too often it's food by the numbers, decent in it's own way but uncreative. It's only as good as it has to be. Korzo is different. The people in the kitchen bring a level of creativity to what they do. They're not "creative" in the sense of weird and unwelcome flavor combinations. No, what they do is to make each dish more complex than the versions at similar restaurants. Each time you taste something you say "Yes. This is the way this should *always* be made." Take their goulash. The portion is as substantial as anyone could want and the spicing is suitably peppery. It's hard not to order this over and over. The pork fier, slow cooked, tender, and well spiced, is a great dish on a cold night. Most recently I tried their wunderwurst platter which consisted of a generous portion of 3 different sausages. While the kielbasa was familiar to me there were two other sausages which were new to me and very good indeed. Our most recent visit was Friday, Jan. 22nd, and the place was 90% full from 8:30 until 10:15 when we left. I was glad to see that people have finally discovered this place. The food is very good and the prices are very fair. It doesn't hurt that they have a great beer selection as well. Someone further down on the thread mentioned that the kitchen is slow. Well yes, it can be, especially on a night like Friday where the place was packed. The good news is that when the food finally arrives it's well worth the wait. I like this place a lot.
Posted by thebkdiner.com on 06/22/2009
I went back to Euro Trip after my first attempt of a decent meal. My first time there was not so great as you may know. But this time, almost a year later, I went for Brunch. It was delicious! My girls had very simple fare. One had two baked eggs, side of thick smoked bacon, and the most amazing fried potato and sweet potato combo you have ever had. It didn't come with toast so ordered a side of grilled flatbread and it was soft and chewy on the inside with a thick crunchy crust, (which I had to devour cuz my girls don't eat crust....yet). My other daughter order the Belgin waffle with fresh strawberries and bananas with whipped cream. Lovely, but nothing out of the ordinary, but lovely and just what you would expect. I ordered the quinoa salad with grilled shrimp and organic veggies. So satisfying and filling. The quinoa was crunchy and light while the veggies had a chili oil drizzled on them that brought out the flavors of the whole dish. My husband had the omelette with thick bacon, mushrooms, cheese and peppers, the amount of butter in it might be intense but you really cannot put your fork down. The food and service were wonderful and our experience was delightful. We will certainly go back. I retract my first mention of this place and give a standing O! -theBK diner.com
Posted by south sloper Fox on 06/09/2009
Great Wednsday night pre-fix. Awesome Thursday burger specials(not your average burger). Super wait staff, Chef Paul is the best, cool cocktails, tap beers (try the 32 oz mugs). I'm not sure what else I can say. This place rocks, great addition to the nabe, but worth a trip from in the borough.
Posted by Kodozzz on 11/28/2008
Absolutely delicious food and very big portions. Really wonderful.
Posted by Neighbor on 11/24/2008
Went there for brunch with two others. We got the langos french toast, fried edam cheese, and halusky and sausage hash and we were pleased with everything. The $14 prix-fixe includes coffee and brunch beverage (my Kir Royale was great and the St. Germain was a new and pleasant discovery). Waiter was very knowledgable about the menu offerings. More leisurely pace than many brunch placesperfect for a lazy Sunday morning. Will definitely be going back!
Posted by jen480 on 10/08/2008
I loved my pasta with Hungarian sausage and side of perogies, but do not get the iced tea.. The consistency had bubbles in it. It almost tasted like the person who made it decided to put some Coca-Cola in it for fun. I sent it back twice & finally just settled on getting a glass of water. I know what iced tea tastes like & that was definitely not iced tea.