Streecha Ukrainian Kitchen

33 E 7th St (btwn Taras Shevchenko Pl & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
11:00am - 5:00pm
11:00am - 5:00pm
11:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:00pm


  • Tiny basement cafeteria serving homey potato dumplings, borscht, stuffed cabbage, and the like at dirt-cheap prices. Open Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. only.
  • Closed for the summer.
  • Little old Ukrainian babushkas cook dumplings and sausage in a church basement to raise funds for the church. Open F-Su during the day. Closes for indefinite periods of the summer for vacation.
  • The stuffed cabbage is huge, so get only one or two at most. It's pretty good though.
  • Beautiful soul satisfying food ! Stuffed cabbage , pierogies and lovely borsht , pork roulade and get their fruit punch from the counter. Cash only ! It's a bit tricky to find !
  • Feels like you're at your grandma's house eating perogies- incredibly chill church basement vibes.
  • No frills, feels like / is a church caf. For $5 you'll be filled with good pierogi.
  • Streecha is hands down one of my favorite spots in town!
  • No frills.. Amazing pierogis. Love this place
  • $2 borscht
  • Get the whole menu.
  • Get the stuffed cabbage and pierogis. Delicious!
  • Pierogis, stuffed cabbage
  • They'll be back Sept 11, 2015 from summer break.
  • Dumplings to kills for.
  • aside from the fact that you're essentially eating in a church basement that feels like a retirement home with folding chairs and worn plastic tablecloths, it's pretty yummy, and clearly authentic.
  • Vegetarian? Ask for the no-meat stuffed cabbage with mushroom sauce. Only $3!
  • Decorated like a church community center; seriously some of the best perogies. I don't joke about perogies.
  • Get the perogis...
  • Stuffed cabbage