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Posted by Andrea on 09/28/2012
This may be the best Slovak food on this side of the Atlantic. We were visiting NY and decided to try it and so glad we did. A definite stop next time we are in the NY area.
Posted by anonymous on 08/16/2012
This little hole in the wall has the best Goulash ever. I ordered the beef Goulash with the dumplings and was so amazed. The food is super flavourful and so authentic. This place is a no frills, just great food type of place. I can't wait to go back tomorrow.
Posted by Deb Van D on 02/25/2012
Two meals here, both very good. Have had the boiled pirogi, bean soup, potato pancakes and a sausage sampler (that wasn't for me). But the outstanding dish on both visits was the pork goulash; rich, hearty and completely delicious. I want to try the sauerbraten but will struggle not to order that goulash again. I don't love the lighting, a little on the over-flurorescent side, but the service is sweet and helpful. Lovely place.
Posted by anonymous on 02/12/2010
I had the Bravcove Pecene (Roast Pork with Sauerkraut and dumplings). For about $10 I found it feeling a great value and very hearty. I almost feel like I should've done intense manual labor in order to deserve it. Highly recommended. Note - food was taken to go. So far haven't eaten in but Milan is a warm guy.
Posted by Amanda R. on 01/10/2008
Milan's is the best restaurant I've ever eaten at, hands down. The food is simply amazing and for the price, you get very large portions. I've eaten there twice and have yet been able to finish everything. The stuffed cabbage is to die for, as it the goulash. You can easily eat for under $10, including the drink. The one thing that won me over, other than the food was the service. I went to MIlan's during the mid-day, during the week. I was blessed to have Milan as my waiter. He's one of the nicest, most sincere and genuine person! He'll sit and talk for hours with you and will really give you the 411 on Slovakia and Czech. He himself, is from Slovakia. I went there on a Tuesday, and then found myself back there that Friday. Simply amazing experience! Good food, good conversation. Milan and I ended up becoming friends....now that I'm not living in NYC anymore, I miss Milan's Restaurant more than ever!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2007
I lived in cd for a few years and had the best and worst food while there. This place is by no means gourmet but is definetly authentic. The pirohy and gulas soup were both great and the other food tasty as well. The best part is the krusovice on tap. This place could be right out of any small city in Slovakia or cz. I highly recommend this spot for a cold beer and tasty snack
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2007
After coming back from Prague, I was dying for some Czech food & a Pilsner. It was so disappointing. The food was over cooked & tasteless. My boyfriend had the sausage & I had the goulash - both were not good