Craving Borscht or Stuffed Cabbage?
If you’ve got a craving for some authentic Russian, Polish or Ukranian food, San Francisco restaurants are standing by to satisfy it.
CBS Local lists four of the top Eastern European restaurants that all remain in the budget-friendly range. You’ll read about a Russian bakery that’s been serving up comfort good since the 1950s. You’ll also be introduced (or re-introduced) to a Polish deli, a Russian/Ukranian venue, and a Russain/Central Asian combination restaurant.
Pierogis? Borscht? Stuffed cabbage? Bakery treats? If you already love the cuisine, you should be excited about these places. If you’ve never sampled it before, then pull one of these four selections up on google maps and give it a try.
Craving some hearty Eastern European fare to stave off the autumn chill, but don’t want to break the bank? We’ve got you covered.
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Russian, Polish and Ukrainian restaurants around San Francisco, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture next time you’re on the hunt for the perfect pirogi.