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Café Glechik

Map & Directions 3159 Coney Island Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11235
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718-616-0766
  • Ukrainian
  • Daily 10am-10pm
  • cash
  • Delivery, Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

As indicated by the 10-foot-tall pot teetering on the roof, this cozy restaurant specializes in crock-baked Ukrainian specialties, including braised lamb shank, and forgoes the compulsory Casio charges and bottles of vodka frozen in blocks of ice.

 
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  • The Corcoran Group on 04/15/11

    Excellent and authentic Ukranian perogies. Try the borsch, the Vareniki Moscow and the Chicken Stroganoff. Don’t forget to order a glass of Compote.

  • Valerie P. on 02/06/10

    Really inexpensive and delicious pelmeni & varenniki. Eat in, then buy a bag of frozen ones to take home!

  • Jon P. on 01/23/10

    World's second best perogies. Second only to your Ukrainian grandmother's.

  • Seredov on 05/28/12

    Bring your own vodka to keep it russian style. Place does not serve alcohol drinks.

  • Alina K. on 08/13/11

    Make your babushka proud: get the shopski salad and the assorted pickled veggies...some red borscht...vareniki with potatoes & mushroom. And reminisce about the old country.

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  • Snitching Schnitzels

    Harold Dieterle has a schnitzel at The Marrow... Among Manhattan restaurants, at least, schnitzels are on the upswing. While you may think... More on Café Glechik »

  • Crocked

    Cafe Glechik goes out of its way to distinguish itself from the other Russian joints in Brighton Beach. There's no Casio, no attempt to lure... More on Café Glechik »

 
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