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Bohemian Gastropub is actually quite nice

professoryapp | Aug 20, 201112:46 PM     10

Gina Mallet really cleaned their clock in her latest review, so I feel I have to intervene. For one thing, the place doesn't remotely resemble a Carpathian hunting lodge: sometimes I think the woman is nuts. As to the food, I had the veal schnitzel, and while I thought the choice of serving it with a raspberry sauce or whatever it was was a bit odd and sort of meh, both the schnitzel and the accompanying potato cucumber salad weren't bad at all. I wonder if Austro-Hungarian cooking is going to be the next food fad: Steven Temkin wrote a piece about schnitzel in a recent issue of City Bites. It made me think about Graf Bobi, an Austro-H restaurant that was popular, I think, in the seventies. I remember it for its educational placemats on Belle Epoque Viennese culture. Somebody should bring it back.

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