Sunday, November 18, 2012


Pan Euro food in a rustic charming W'Burg spot. Think German, Hungarian and Polish. Started the meal with sweet potato pirogies and grilled bacon. The sweet potato pirogies were perfectly pan-fried with sour cream. The grilled bacon was a wickedly fattening treat. The main of Heritage pork chop with mashed parsnips and string beans was a comforting meal. Nicely grilled pork chop though a dad overdone for me made for a filling European trip. There are lots of European beers on tap, I went with the Czech Imperial and it was quite good. Friendly service and not as crowded as other Metropolitan Ave. hotspots make Kristophe a good Winter food spot. GO!

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