Goulash House Newmarket
Wanted to eat here last night but without reservations we weren't able to get in, Hostess was very sweet and was sorry she couldn't accomodate us. My husband recognized her from the attached deli,
Food smelled amazing, looked very appetizing, cozy atmosphere. (p According to their facebook Justin Trudeau and the Finnish ambassador have both been their recently. Anyone else been?
Yes. Loved it.
They owned the deli behind the restaurant and decided to branch out and open a full fledged restaurant.
The place is really nice inside. They did the exposed brick, wood thing.
We had the paprikash a sampler platter (deli meats, etc.) and a couple desserts. We were rather impressed.
BTW, the word is Newmarket is trying to turn Main St. into restaurant row. There's already a bunch with plenty more on the way.
The Mexican place is very good. They're moving across the street. Last I talked to them, they hoped to be in for the beginning of the year.
I'll try and get there over the holidays, Thanks for the review; in fact I've followed a number of your recommendations when I've travelled in the US so I know I'll enjoy this one in my own backyard just as much.
BTW we ended up satisfying our comfort food craving (after cutting the Christmas tree) at Cambodian Noodle King in Newmarket. I had fried lort (the Cambodian spaezle) with beef and my husband enjoyed the curry chicken soup.stew (the Asian version of goulash).
Off the top of my head, I would say Cincinatti for chili, your Kentucky recommendations, Pittsburgh, and other toronto area ones. I know there's more, probably Virginia, Alabama, etc.,,,just can't remember right now. But thanks, we love to get off the b)eaten path and that's where your recommendations take us.
Cambodian Noodle King is on 111 Pony Drive, (just north of Davis Dr, near 404 and Holiday Inn Express.
Drove up to this quaint little restaurant located in the picturesque part of Newmarket for lunch. The place was still packed at around 2.00pm.
I was hoping to have a big slab of Schnitzel but unfortunately for lunch, they only have a toned down menu.
Our party of two ordered a Mini Goulash appetizer to share followed by entrees of - 'Chicken Paprikash with Dumplings' and a 'Wiener Schnitzel on a bun'.
Both the Goulash sauce and the creamy Paprikash sauce were delicious and warrant using up our bread to mop up the sauce! Though made smaller to accommodate the bun, the Schnitzel was still a fair size. Absolutely grease less, the coating was delightfully light and crispy whilst the veal was quite tender. A fine product.
I was hoping to try out their Apple Strudel for dessert but was way too full so I took home one instead!
We live a block away so are lucky enough to have been a few times now. Schitzel is great, and the goulash is a masterpiece. Tradititonal sides made just as they are back home, and spaetzle just like my Grandmother made. The service is outstanding, right down to having the door held open for us when we leave. We have taken a wide variety and friends and family here and everyone has left full and happy!
(and yes, Made in Mexico is a block away and is excellent also, a little noisier atmosphere but lots of fun)
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Had lunch again there yesterday. It was even better than the other visit.
The Goulash was fantastic. A hearty yet delicate gravy with incredibly tender and tasty hunks of beef on Spaetzle. I was thinking it would've been awesome to sit in the "Fish bowl" during the snow storm last Friday and have the goulash.
The homemade Cream of Veg soup was also excellent.
Mrs. Sippi ordered the Potato Paprikash and it was incredible. A nice paprika infused gravy, full of potato and sausage served over the spaetzle.