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Great Hungarian/Eastern-European Food at DJ's Bistro in Concord

ashleys | Feb 20, 200703:48 PM     6

Don't even ask me how I stumbled unto this place. Okay, if you insist. My brother spent a year abroad in Budapest and ever since has been on the hunt for good Hungarian goulash, to no avail. Then upon searching google, he found some hockey website where, in Hungarian, Hungarians in the SF Bay Area were talking about DJ's Bistro, a small place in a strip-mallish place in Concord. Random. But he went, and he has been raving about the spetzle ever since. We went on Saturday night, and it was solid. Great goulash with spetzle, tons of Eastern Europeans drinking Spaten/Pilsner beer on tap raucously watching some sports, great apple strudel. Found this one review, which has links to a map.

http://www.eastbayexpress.com/search/...

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