Sometimes when I feel I want to go home for that home cooked meal, I have one destination in my mind - the world famous IZBA Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Izba and their son Bart run this gem of a restaurant. It is actually like visiting your aunt Martha for a good old fashioned country Sunday dinner.
The menu is simple and everything is cooked with love. Believe it or not, the Vienna Schnitzel is $7.95, and we are talking "heaping" and "delicious".
Pierogies are all made by hand and each one h
as a distinct taste of its own. The cheese and potato pierogies are moist and tender, and each bite is pure pleasure. In between courses Mrs. Izba is an accomplished piano player. There are three pianos for her to choose from. She also is a master at the violin.
The place is decorated with things the family loves. On the walls and from the ceiling, Poland is alive and well at Izba. Generation after generation have had a love affair with the Izbas. Complete meals are less than ten dollars.
The taste and the huge portions will bring you back again. If you are looking for "Fillet of Sole" or "Beef or Chicken Goulash", look no further. Lovers of cabbage rolls will not stop smiling here. If you can't make it home tonight or tomorrow, come to Izba; they will hug your soul and your pallet.
FIVE STARS: (Extraordinary) A one-of-a-kind, world-class experience.
FOUR STARS: (Excellent) Superior. Memorable, high-quality menus and/or savvy service.
THREE STARS: (Good) Solid places that beckon with generally appealing cooking.
TWO STAR: (Fair) Just OK. A place not worth rushing back to. But, it might have something worth recommending.
ONE STAR: (Poor) Below-average restaurant.
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