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Csardas Hungarian Review

EEPO | Jul 14, 2003 06:49 PM

I loved this place. I enjoyed every part of the exquisite dining experience that was Csardas on Saturday evening. I admit to never having really experienced Eastern European cuisine prior to Saturday so I do not know the names of many of the dishes I ate, but I loved every single one. I choose to have the buffet for twenty dollars, which is quite a prudent deal considering it includes a beverage (Gosser ale for me), appetizers, and desserts. I began with a fried bread (maybe?) roll and a green salad. The roll was similar to a donut, not as sweet, but easily as chewy. After chowing on this novel appetizer I went back for the main course, and chowed on a doughy ball filled with sour cherries(or cranberries maybe) that was absolutely fabulous. I also had Hungarian meat balls and friend mushrooms - all of which were good. The desserts were impeccably delicous. Rolls with fruit insides, cookies with sugar, pastries, everything you can imagine. I left feeling very satsified. Two thumbs up.

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