The first Friday of every month the Ukrainian Heritage Hall serves perogy meals between 5-8. It is best to go early if you want to try this out.
We showed up at 7:30 and they were claiming that they were out of perogies but we stuck around and took our chances. In the end there was plenty for everyone.
For 11 dollars we got 8 perogies, 2 cabbage rolls, salad, and a Ukrainian sausage. A very reasonable deal. I expected to get some secret family recipe perogies cooked by Ukrainian experts and served with love from the motherland. However, everything was pretty bland (this feeling was shared by most of the table). The Caesar salad was horrible but that was expected based on its appearance, but the perogies and the cabbage rolls just had no flavour. Maybe it is because I prefer fried perogies more than the boiled one but I think all the attention to detail was lost in the mass production of the items. There were tons of half eaten plates all over the heritage hall.
The experience was fun but I wish the food tasted better. I am going to make a return trip to the take out side to make sure that it wasn't just an off day.
The take out menu is really cheap, a dozen perogies (pyrohy) for 4 bucks, a dozen cabbage rolls for 8 bucks. Check the website below for more details.
If anyone has been before, how do I get up to the VIP room on the stage?
Ukrainian Heritage Hall (Available only on the first Friday of the month)
First Friday of Every Month.
154 E. 10th Ave
I think I am going to do a review of all the cultural centres.
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