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Posted by Wes on 11/16/2007
Their Bigos is to kill for. Delicious, and it's so good, I have yet to try anything else!! Get it with the kasha...
Posted by Gregory on 11/16/2007
Had a very traditional Ukranian dinner plate loaded with a variety of sausage, pierogies, kraut and a giant bowl of the most delicious bortscht I have ever tasted. The staff is friendly and attentive.
Posted by James on 10/24/2007
I had breakfast at Veselka the morning after I moved to New York. I can see it from my bedroom window so it seemed like an obvious choice. Ever since I've had a certain affinity for the place. Sometimes I've been given discounted coffee by the friendly staff. They're quite chatty, and the clientele are pretty cool in general (obviously)! I don't know about anyone else, but their coffee tastes a little different to practically any other I've had in the city - is it some kind of Ukrainian blend?
Posted by Anonymous on 10/23/2007
I have been going to Veselka a few times each week. The blintzes are amazing and the daily specials are always interesting and delicious. I feel like it's one of the best values around!
Posted by Noga Delshad on 08/14/2007
Great for brunch- especially the challah french toast. But I was not impressed with the dessert.
Posted by lauren on 07/25/2007
i haven't tried the main courses here, but i have been eating the muffins and desserts here for years. they are so good! definitely some of the best in the city. they have a wide variety to choose from, and they are reasonably priced.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2007
Their butternut squash perogies were amazing--the order was very plentiful. The waffle was freshly made--and the challah french toast was also very delicious. Delivery was very speedy. We will definitely order from here again.