⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ For a memorable lunch, try the Russian Kitchen House Cafeteria. This is not a fancy place, and the menu is not large, but each of the four dishes we tried were perfectly delicious and were priced right. The vareniki with potato are a must try. (We know them as perogies, and she knew what we wanted when that’s what we asked for) Tip - if you don’t like sour cream or dill, ask them to serve your meal without it, because most dishes will come like this even if it doesn’t say so. And the menu doesn’t have descriptions on it, so you may want to ask the server to recommend something or describe it to you if you’re not familiar with Russian food. The “meatballs with sauce” that we ordered turned out to be very much like an Italian wedding soup.