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The Europasian Cafe Brighten Beach Ave.

jonkyo | Jul 31, 201403:09 PM

602 Brighton Beach Ave. Entrance is around the corner from Brighten Beach, 6th St heading towards water.

The Europasian Cafe, in the heart of the seaside area of the large swath of Russia, in South Brooklyn, was a delight, with two skewers of meat, chuck full of grilled flesh. One Veal Liver, with the squared chucks separated on the skewer, by wafe-like in diameter, but more thick then one, slabs of pork fat, I am guessing. May have been Veal fat.

The other skewer was Lyulya kebab, which consists of ground lamb, and spiced.

wikipedia "Lyulya kabab A mixture of mutton, herbs, and spices squeezed around a skewer and barbecued, often served with lavash (thin sheets of unleavened bread)."

The beer was a Porter from Poland's largest brewer Zywiec. This Porter was 9 % alcohol, and is a delighted beverage. The other items of the BYOB (as the venue serves no alcohol) was a Sarajevo beer, and Baltica number 7.

This is a very cozy restaurant with delightful staff.

I also had a cheese pastry similar to the Balkan Borek.

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