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CinaMoon's spacious dining room walks the thin line between open and empty, with for-sale artwork being the only color in an otherwise drab mix of tan walls and faux-brick paneling. Even in Greenpoint, flushed with authentic Polish restaurants, the food stands out. Oversize pierogies are delicious, served either fried or boiled, and filled with potatoes and cheese, mushroom and cabbage, or ground meat. Other tasty traditional favorites can be found here, such as the spicy kielbasa, red borscht with dumplings, and wiener-style schnitzel (breaded pork cutlet with a fried egg). Entrées include a saucy beef stroganoff (try it with buckwheat on the side), a trio of meat blintzes (pork, beef, and chicken), and a rotating menu of fish options. If you still have room for it, cheese blintzes come with ice cream for dessert.Recommended Dishes
Kielbasa, $8.50; beef stroganoff, $10
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