Country Style has a diner style decor with red and white checkered tablecloth, vinyl chairs, and wood paneling. Nothing fancy for sure but still very comfortable.
I usually don't post such big pictures of menus but since Country Style doesn't have a website, here it is.
The 5 of us - Richard, Robin, Mack, Diana and I - slowly nibbled on the bread as we chatted.
Cherry Soup ($4.75) - This was not on the menu but somehow Richard knew to order this =) The soup was served slightly chilled but not cold. Very refreshing for a hot summer's day.
Breaded Cheese ($9.95)
Perogies with Debrecani Sausage ($10.95)
The perogies with fried onions and sour cream were also great. They were served hot and so soft and pillow-y. The debrecani sausage was heavily spiced with seasoning. I thought it was okay as I prefer sausages that are softer and juicier.
Cabbage Rolls in Sauerkraut and Sour Cream - Stuffed with pork and rice inside, I thought the cabbage rolls were good but the pork tasted a bit bland to me.
Country Style Wooden Plate - A special combination of Cabbage Roll, Weiner Schnitzel, Parisian Schnitzel, Fried Sausage, Beets, Rice & Home Fried Potatoes ($63.95)
This epic wooden plate was surely an attention grabber, very "carnivorous" looking with the steak knives anchored all around. With a squeeze of lemon, I thoroughly enjoyed Country Style's schnitzel. The golden coloured bread crumb crust was thin and very crispy, and the boneless veal beneath it was moist and tender.
We did not order dessert at Country Style. Too bad, I would have wanted to try their walnut and apricot crepes.
We were all extremely satisfied with Country Style as it serves no frills eastern European food with friendly service and good value. I can't say if it's authentic or not but I personally thought the food tasted very good. Thanks Richard and Robin for organizing! Had a great time with you guys along with Mack and Diana.
Any Hungarians tried Country Style? If so, please let me know what you think! =)
Note: Country Style accepts cash only.