Kiev Restaurant

★★★★★

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I never thought I would ever crave pea soup, but man, I DO! Especially on a cool fall day... with that challah bread... yum. Definitely treat yourself to this unexpected pleasure.

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I never thought I would ever crave pea soup, but man, I DO! Especially on a cool fall day... with that challah bread... yum. Definitely treat yourself to this unexpected pleasure.

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The Kiev used to be a slice of heaven. Unfortunately, it no longer exists. It was closed in 2006, and has been replaced by some crappy American Bland Diner that has the worst food ever. I pine for the Kiev!

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The Kiev used to be a slice of heaven. Unfortunately, it no longer exists. It was closed in 2006, and has been replaced by some crappy American Bland Diner that has the worst food ever. I pine for the Kiev!

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I had the kielbasa sandwich and sipped a few different drinks, including a Cosmo and the Baba Yaga. Everything was delicious. Quite nice.

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I had the kielbasa sandwich and sipped a few different drinks, including a Cosmo and the Baba Yaga. Everything was delicious. Quite nice.

Pros: Perfect Kielbasa, Good Drinks

Cons: A smidge pricey, So-so salads

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My mom took me to the old Kiev to introduce me to potato pierogies and fruit compote. I fell in love. We were crestfallen when we heard it was closed.

When it reopened under new management, I dragged my friends there, desperate to once

3
★★★★★

My mom took me to the old Kiev to introduce me to potato pierogies and fruit compote. I fell in love. We were crestfallen when we heard it was closed.

When it reopened under new management, I dragged my friends there, desperate to once

Pros: potato pierogies!

Cons: dumb waiters, no fruit compote, weird basket-things

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I remember the old kiev. It's changed. It's all snazzy looking and the portions per buck are pretty small. They still have great food and even better service. Always try the stuffed cabbage and borscht. Blintzes are also great.

3
★★★★★

I remember the old kiev. It's changed. It's all snazzy looking and the portions per buck are pretty small. They still have great food and even better service. Always try the stuffed cabbage and borscht. Blintzes are also great.

Pros: blintzes, stuffed cabbage, borscht

Cons: small portions, theyve changed!

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After a time away from NYC, I decided to visit one of my favorite restaurants last night for potato pancakes, perogies, blintz and all the tasty treats KIEV USED TO OFFER. FYI, Kiev has been RUINED. The charming diner-like atmosphere has

3
★★★★★

After a time away from NYC, I decided to visit one of my favorite restaurants last night for potato pancakes, perogies, blintz and all the tasty treats KIEV USED TO OFFER. FYI, Kiev has been RUINED. The charming diner-like atmosphere has

Cons: , mean service

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Last winter...Kiev was one of the best stops for a late night run for some delicious (the best I've had) chicken soup and a toasted bagel...Fast fwd to this winter: Soup has now become some hybrid pickeled chicken ball with who know's what

3
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Last winter...Kiev was one of the best stops for a late night run for some delicious (the best I've had) chicken soup and a toasted bagel...Fast fwd to this winter: Soup has now become some hybrid pickeled chicken ball with who know's what

Pros: great tasting bread, dim lighting, inexpensive

Cons: , makeover=Mistake, small menu

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This is my favorite of the Ukranian/Polish places in the east village. Pierogis have a good ratio of filling to shell. Small plates allow you to mix and match. Ambiance is good: a little nicer than a diner, but more casual than a

3
★★★★★

This is my favorite of the Ukranian/Polish places in the east village. Pierogis have a good ratio of filling to shell. Small plates allow you to mix and match. Ambiance is good: a little nicer than a diner, but more casual than a

Pros: delicious, inexpensive, great drinks

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Kiev used to be one of my favorite places to eat in Manhattan. Great hearty Eastern European food, low prices and a diner-like atmosphere.

After being away from the city for several years I was horribly disppointed to see what they've

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★★★★★

Kiev used to be one of my favorite places to eat in Manhattan. Great hearty Eastern European food, low prices and a diner-like atmosphere.

After being away from the city for several years I was horribly disppointed to see what they've

Cons: , bad service, bad attitude

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Whenever I get a craving for some Slavic eats, I head over to the Kiev. The potato pancakes, buckwheat pancakes with smoked salmon, the wonderous variety of pierogies all make this one of my favorite cheap dining options in the city.

3
★★★★★

Whenever I get a craving for some Slavic eats, I head over to the Kiev. The potato pancakes, buckwheat pancakes with smoked salmon, the wonderous variety of pierogies all make this one of my favorite cheap dining options in the city.

Pros: Inexpensive, Excellent pierogies, Decor, ambience

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I'm loathe to give a positive review, simply because I don't want a lot of people to ruin my favorite restaurant in the city. Kiev is fantastic- open 24 hours, dirt cheap, and delicious. The only MINOR drawback is the service is

3
★★★★★

I'm loathe to give a positive review, simply because I don't want a lot of people to ruin my favorite restaurant in the city. Kiev is fantastic- open 24 hours, dirt cheap, and delicious. The only MINOR drawback is the service is

Pros: CHEAP!!, Cozy, Variety of food

Cons: Sometimes slow

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great food, and talk about pierogies (if you have to ask you haven't had one). fried, boiled and pan fried. what more do i have to say. even pleased my parents

3
★★★★★

great food, and talk about pierogies (if you have to ask you haven't had one). fried, boiled and pan fried. what more do i have to say. even pleased my parents

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I can't believe that someone dined here as recently as end of March of this year and had good things to say.
The service is AWFUL. It seemed like the waitpersons had a conference as to who would "deal" with us. Every other item on the menu

3
★★★★★

I can't believe that someone dined here as recently as end of March of this year and had good things to say.
The service is AWFUL. It seemed like the waitpersons had a conference as to who would "deal" with us. Every other item on the menu

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I had the fried potato Pierogi, and they were delicious. I also had a blueberry Blintz, and that was good too... the filling especially.

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I had the fried potato Pierogi, and they were delicious. I also had a blueberry Blintz, and that was good too... the filling especially.

Pros: open all night, good $$ value, delicious food

Cons: dull decor

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Good pierogi and kasha varnishkes.

Lousy Decor, but very inexpensive prices.

3
★★★★★

Good pierogi and kasha varnishkes.

Lousy Decor, but very inexpensive prices.

Pros: inexpensive, filling, tasty

Cons: decor

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We just stopped here randomly and were very impressed. We both had perogies that turned out to be delicious, and the price was pretty good, but I guess this is the lower east side anyway. Service was nothing special. And the location is

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We just stopped here randomly and were very impressed. We both had perogies that turned out to be delicious, and the price was pretty good, but I guess this is the lower east side anyway. Service was nothing special. And the location is

Pros: Food, Location, Price

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Kiev: they do some things. This restaurant makes the greatest and tastiest Eastern-European food in New York City. Furthermore, they are open 24-7, what more could you ask. Amazingly, the prices are cost-effective. As a Jewish-male

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★★★★★

Kiev: they do some things. This restaurant makes the greatest and tastiest Eastern-European food in New York City. Furthermore, they are open 24-7, what more could you ask. Amazingly, the prices are cost-effective. As a Jewish-male

Pros: tasty, awesome, sexy food

 

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