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A tiny wooden restaurant with a small bar and a few tables with people eating.

Old Lviv


Ukrainian Village

$$$$Perfect For:LunchCasual Weeknight DinnerEating At The BarDrinks & A Light BiteClassic Establishment
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Old Lviv would be an ideal rest stop after wandering through the wilderness—but it works just as well when you’re hungry after touring Ukrainian Village. The tiny wooden restaurant has only a handful of tables and a bar. But more importantly, there's a buffet. For $18, you can eat endless plates of mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy, roasted chicken legs, and nalysnyky with sweet cheese and berries tucked into soft crepes. If 60 pounds of stuffed cabbage isn’t enough, you can always throw in some a la carte dishes like pelmeni.

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