Tag Archive | milan’s brooklyn

Updated: Milan’s Restaurant Is Still Kicking (Park Slope, Brooklyn)

I wrote about Milan’s in Park Slope, Brooklyn a couple of years back and even interviewed the gracious owner. Back then, the restaurant looked like it was closing for good. I’m happy to report that for now at least, the long running Slovakian restaurant is still kicking. Yes, there are slicker restaurants with high-end pretentious […]

RoodonFood Featured in Alimentum Journal (Link Updated)

I wanted to share a bit of good news: A poem tribute to one of my favorite restaurants, Milan’s got published in Alimentum Journal here (at the bottom of the page, under my name, Raj) as part of National Poetry Month (April)! I also have some bad news: Milan’s Restaurant is now up for sale. […]

Food Reviews: Milan’s Bryndzova Natierka (Sheep Milk Cheese Spread)

I was a little sheepish (heehee) about checking out this item because I expected it to be smelly like a goat cheese. The only cheeses I’ve tried and enjoyed were dairy based and the occasional substitute like soy based Daiya. I was only willing to give it a try for two reasons: -The name is […]

Milan’s Restaurant in Brooklyn (Slovak and Czech) Review and Interview

Milan’s Slovak & Czech restaurant is located in the growing South Slope part of Brooklyn. The only such place in the borough, it’s owned and operated by a couple, Milan and Flavka, who just celebrated the restaurant’s 16th anniversary. Before finally trying it I’d walked by countless times, casting surreptitious glances. Slovak food was totally […]