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Excellent food - just anticipate a slower kitchen.
We have been there 3 times for Brunch. Each time was very enjoyable. We would highly recommend.
We had a delightful time. The food is absolutely delicious and we were so happy to have leftovers so we could experience it again the next day at home!
Can't wait to go back and try more.
The perogies and sausage sausages are delicious!!
NYC does not have a lot of German, Eastern European restaurants and wow was I blown away with 27 Morton. Exactly real New York. The Veal was exactly how Mom used to make. Great beer, cozy atmosphere, perfect location...worth the journey ;)
The portions are VERY large for NYC standards. An appetizer, two entrees, and a side were way too much food for my wife and me. That said, everything was really delicious.
I'm a first generation American with Eastern European parents who grew up eating the food they serve here. I have to say, it was excellent. The Pierogis while not quite authentic, were very tasty and the goulash was just like Mom used to make. Service was great too and the portion sizes were just right. Didn't break the bank either.
Will definitely come again.
I had excellent experience at 27 Morton! Very good service and delicious food!! Amazing selection of European cuisine and absolutely beautiful environment.
I would highly suggest this place and will be back soon!
A menu that ranges across Central and Eastern Europe, all the way to the Caucasus (Georgia). The weiner schnitzel was just right, crispy and non greasy, and the Adjaruli (not cheese bread with egg and butter) was as good as I've had in Georgian restaurants.
Sunny, open space with a warm ambience and friendly service. The food is hearty and reasonably priced which is rare for the west village.
There was a piece of hair in my food - I didn't bother sending it back to the kitchen because my friends said to let it be. But I couldn't keep eating my food.
We went for the adjaruly (which did not disappoint) and had the best time at this little gem. Relaxed ambiance, great service and delicious food. I will definitely be going back here
Goulash and cheesy spaetzel rich and seasoned nicely. Generous serving very filing. Bratwurst may be the best we ever had. Delicious sauerkraut. Skip the borscht. Attentive staff. Cozy room. Good low volume music playing.
A wonderful lunch/brunch experience during the week. Bright and sunny interior. Service was excellent and a very diverse food and beer menu. The pierogies are not to be missed.
Really good German food, and they have orange wine!
I highly recommend the pork knuckle. You have to wait a little longer for it to be prepared, but it is well worth the wait! The cheese boat is also excellent. The appetizers, well, let's just say that you could make a meal out of the appetizers too! Absolutely delicious, homemade, food ...
Lovely meal early in the New Year. Excellent Central European food, lovely service and they took my son's celiac disease very seriously. So overall, I recommend 27 Morton and would dine there again.
Third time we have been there in under a month. The food is absolutely delicious and the service is great. The ambiance is perfect for a get together because it’s not too loud. It’s a very comfortable place! It is cozy. And, the beer is great!
Excellent food, service and value!! The pig knuckle was amazing, if you’re a big eater def reco getting it for 2 and downing that crunchy porky slice of heaven by yourself!! Great for lunch, brunch dinner!!
A little crowded and noisy when we arrived, due to some groups. The charming waitress moved us to a better table when one opened up. Food is hearty, not fussy or trendy, tasty and well-prepared. Try the fried pierogi appetizer—a meal in itself, or a tasty share, with a side of thick sour cream. Wine and beer only, well chosen list, with a spacious bar area. Soups are substantial and tasty. Customers of various ages, nationalities.
Ordered lots for brunch. Overall Very good with few exceptions nice change from standard brunch on Sunday
A delightful experience all around. Warm, cozy atmosphere. Wonderful and authentic food from the perogies to the spaetzle. Attentive service. A real treat not to be missed!
Still a great place, even with change of ownership and name! The menu is a melange of Eastern European dishes, with something for everyone, vegetarians and carnivores alike! All made with love. And it never gets noisy - which is increasingly rare in restaurants in Manhattan these days!!!!! Highly recommend.
I've eaten here many times, and have always enjoyed the food, but this was my first time for brunch. I ordered sirniki (Russian cheese-filled pancakes). I couldn't believe how delicious they were! The plump little pancakes are filled with farmer cheese. They're served with a sweet, cooked, whole walnut that you won't believe. I had to ask what it was; I could eat a whole bowl of them. Others at my table really enjoyed their dishes as well, including the croissant sandwich with Black Forest ham and pierogies. There are several new things on the menu that are not on the online menu yet.
Loved our meal and service was impeccable! Highly recommend for anyone in the neighborhood.
Great atmosphere. Food is good and service excellent. West Village has a new restaurant on the list with a very interesting menu. You have the most typical Eastern Europe dish ( Goulash) and the most American dish (Cheeseburger- so everyone can find its happiness. Recommend the pierogis and Assorted Mkhali for the appetizers. So good!
I’m shocked this place isn’t more popular. The food is good and the staff are lovely. It’s such a cute spot too, love the decor.
Very good Eastern European food served in a warm, but stark place. Our waitress could not have been nicer or more helpful. We will return, as it is a really nice place to have a casual meal in the West Village.
Pretty average attempt for Central European food in Manhattan. Stopped in for pork knuckle, which is getting hard to find in NY.. Was cooked well, little under seasoned though. The Sacher torte was a reinterpretation of one. It was okay, but a little overly sweet, with zero apricot taste.
Good food, not the best German in the work but it was tasty and something different. Mimosas were pretty good too, had peppercorn infused with the fruit flavors which I liked. Surprised at their slim draft options tho!
Wonderful meal with excellent friendly service. Truly wonderful dining experience.
27 Morton is a homey, cozy gem that overflows with Old World charm. Absolutely delicious Central and Eastern European cuisine -- so fresh and lovely. I'll return again and again.
This is a real find, and unique in our experience. Great Central and Eastern European food (the cold borscht is beyond delicious) in a very casual setting. Lots of beers to choose from. Plentiful portions. Friendly and attentive service. The pacing of the meal could probably be a bit quicker, but it was worth the wait. Looking forward to having a wurst plate on our next visit.
27 Morton will surely become one of my favorite restaurants in the city. I truly liked the atmosphere, the service and excellent quality of the food, and the fact that we were able to talk without having to shout at eachother. It was great!
It’s amazing how 2 loud voices can carry! Other than that, we had a delicious and lovely
Time. Wish they’d continue the brisket Doma na Rohu used to make so well.
This was our first time dining at 27 Morton and we’ll definitely be going back. The food was great and the Pilsner Urquell pints reminded me of when I lived in Prague. The service was a bit on the slow side, but it was a busy night with multiple birthday parties.
Wonderful restaurant. Great food, wonderful ambiance and attentive service. Three of us leisurely dined prior to attending show at Cherry Lane Theatre. Definitely recommend. The beef goulash with cheese spätzle was glorious comfort food.
Great selection of food and drinks. Everything we had tasted great. Service was very nice and attentive, but could use an additional server.
We‘ll definitely be returning again! Too many unique items on the menu we didn‘t get to try.
Excellent place - friendly service, music not too loud, interesting menu. Outstanding beer selection.
We were out with kids to celebrate and everyone enjoyed the eclectic Eastern European menu. Only some glitches with how long it took to bring the food (forever) and a few other service related issues. But the staff was friendly and pleasant. And the food was excellent!!
The food was exceptional and unique. We all shared portions of our meals and they were all delicious. They specialize in European cuisine and they do it very well. From the apps to dinner and dessert, it was having a home cooked meal. A must visit.
27 Morton is rated 4.6 stars by 40 OpenTable diners.
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