New York, NY 10009
Mon.-Fri. 2 p.m.-1 a.m.
Sat.-Sun. 11 a.m.-1 a.m.
- Cuisine: Hungarian, Slovak, and Burgers
- Meals Served: Dinner and Weekend Brunch
- Price Range: $$ ($9-$15)
- Reservations: Not Accepted
- Alcohol: Beer
Whether it's a yearning for comfort foods in tough times, or just a haphazard trend, the move towards affordable and hearty European cuisine continues at this tiny East Village Slavic restaurant. A spinoff of Park Slope's Korzo (formerly Eurotrip), the menu is an abbreviated version of its predecessor's: a three-sausage "Wunderwurst" plate, hefty burgers and Hungarian goulash. The heart-stopping specialty, however, is the variety of house-made langoš--fried dough flat bread topped like pizza with everything from chive crème fraiche to house-cured German sausage. Even the house bacon cheeseburger is wrapped in langoš dough and deep fried. A full range of hard-to-find hefty European brews are available on draught and bottled, or you can finish up your indulgent meal with a sweet lingonberry "bon bon" langoš and a cup of Stumptown coffee.