The food was good, with massive portions that will leave you painfully stuffed or taking home a carton of unfinished food. The weakest offering I have tried was the blintz, while good, were not well executed and thus a bit disappointing.
The biggest drawback is the dining room, which has the feel of a re-purposed church with large bare walls and windows, all of which reflect sound and turn the place into a cacophony of echoing voices, kitchen racket, and assorted dining sounds.
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