Venue #4a80d0fff964a52040f61fe3

Bakery, Eastern European
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1631 2nd Ave (btwn 84th and 85th St)
New York, NY 10028
(212) 327-1105
Monday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
9:00am - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Raspberry linzer cookie is delicious.
  • the strudels are awesome. especially the poppyseed.
  • Get stuffed cabbage and chicken paprikash (comes with free dessert Mon-Thurs evenings). Highly recommend their sachertorte. House cabernet complements the meal.
  • Try the Cabbage Strudel. Good stuff!
  • Chocolate babka!!!
  • Had the veal goulash and it was amazing!Don't leave without having cabbage strudel!
  • Take home the apple strudel, heat it up & top w/ vanilla ice cream & die happy
  • Chocolate mousse was a little intense
  • Nora Ephron enshrined their cabbage strudel in an essay called The Lost Strudel or Le Strudel Perdu. Going to try it on my next NYC trip.
  • Warm european delights perfect for a cold day. Don't forget cookies and strudels.
  • Poppy strudel for the win
  • Mushroom crepes are everything. Cookies are great also.
  • Two words: poppyseed strudel.
  • If you order a savory streudel to go, make sure you tell them to warm it up!
  • Apple Strudel was yummy
  • Following another tip, we got the poppyseed strudel. It was quite strange. We didn't like it, but the other fillings may be good.
  • Love the blueberry pie :)
  • Cozy hungarian in rushy NyC
  • Sour cherry w/ nuts strudel is wonderful. Along with the chicken papirkash.
  • $20 four course dinner til 10 every night except Sunday

Nearby places

1071 5th Ave (at E 89th St)
1538 3rd Ave (btwn 86th & 87th St)
240 E 86th St (at 2nd Ave)