We had lunch here and it was a good experience. The Russian food in particular was excellent and the varenyky were amazing - freshly made, doughy, delicious. The borscht is excellent and we often purchase it here to take to the cottage.
Nothing will replace the Yale Hotel borscht, which burnt down in 1993. Except for making it yourself, which isn't really on unless you take a vacation day from work, send your kids away, and spend a full day in the kitchen. So although it is expensive ($12.50 per litre to go), the price reflects the time it takes to make... more
I've been craving Douhkabour food ever since the hotel burned down. I'd heard good things about the Borscht Bowl so we thought we'd try it this year. The peorgies were good but very doughy and not much filling. But the service was good and it satisfied my craving. Only thing is that it's not very stroller friendly