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This restaurant used to be one of my favourites. Back in the seventies and eighties they were great. But no more. I was there last week for a grilled chicken salad. The chicken was baked (not grilled), the fruit in the salad was canned and the white bread served with the salad was cold (I suspect it was right out of the fridge). I'm not going back.
After so many years this little gem is a gift that keeps on giving! Hearty European fare, always fresh and well prepared. Fab service and ambience.........stay in business for another 50 years!
I have mixed feeling about this locale.
There are things I really really like and other that I don't but I would still recommend it, in particular if you are in the neighbourhood.
I didn't try their food, the menu offers good selection of traditional Hungarian food (more on this later) and other European options. You can see how the menu evolved over time from an Hungarian cafe to a more... more
Tucked away from the obvious hustle and bustle of tony Yorkville, the old-world Coffee Mill set up shop long before Prada and Tiffany marked their territory in this chic part of town. Opened in ’63, the Coffee Mill was the city’s first coffee house — though there’s much more than java on the menu. Serving a predominantly Hungarian menu, it’s a busy lunch-hour destination. Try the goulash.
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