Was just downtown this week, and went to lunch at the Coffee Mill on Yorkville Ave. I was pleasantly surprised. The decor is old, the clientele is old, plates are CLEARLY out of the 1970's or 1980's but this is a great family run place with a hungarian menu. As it was a bit nippy outside, we both ordered the Hungarian Goulash. I have never actually had goulash before so I have no point of reference but I really did enjoy it. As the menu said, it was definetly enough for a meal. It had lots of potatoes, carrots, chunks of meat and dumplings in a very flavourful broth. And it was simply served with some buttered hungarian bread. Very satisfying. For dessert, we decided on the apple strudel, which was made with phyllo as opposed to pastry and that was tasty as well. The people next to us ordered the special meatloaf in spinach sauce with mashed potatoes, and she hoovered that back so I assume she liked it....it did look good. And the guy with her ordered a schnitzel that was HUGE, and came with spaetzle and all manner of veg, and I overheard him say that it was really really good. I would definelty go back for lunch to try out some of their other offering and more of their homemade desserts!
Has anyone been?