Circa-1970 Romanian restaurant, resurrected in Irving Park..
The dark, moody dining room on Ashland Avenue is a thing of the past, though veal paprikash proves timeless at this family-run, Eastern European eatery and lounge. Contemporary touches like gleaming wood floors and wrought-iron seating keep the vibe timely for the young neighborhood crowd, but stained glass window panels and traditional woven table-runners pay homage to the past. The same is true of dishes like Romanian skirt steak topped with fried potatoes and stuffed cabbage. A pretty sidewalk patio, complete with flowers and a fountain, provides prime people-watching (and a nice place for a repast) when weather allows.
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