A couple of weeks ago, we stopped there for a casual dinner and sat at the bar, which was quite fun. I ordered my usual, halusky or spaetzle ($14.50) with sheep's milk cheese and thick cut bacon. If you decide to get this, there's no need for an appetizer or dessert--it's that filling. The bacon is one of the best that I've ever had--flavorful, smoky and chewy.
The dish that you see above is the beef goulash ($13.75) that Dan ordered. It was, hearty, saucy and the meat was beautifully tender. The best part is the knedlik or bread dumplings that come with it--it's a pleasure to mop up the goulash sauce with them!
Enjoy these savory dishes during the cold weather that we're having--they'll surely warm your bones and won't clean out your wallet.
Koliba - 31-11 23rd Avenue, Astoria, NY 11105
N/W Train to Ditmars Blvd (last stop)