Izba means "rural Russian hut," but there's nothing rustic about the location on grim Coney Island Avenue. Relaxing in the flowery garden, we ordered "ancient windmill, a dish for gourmets," which our Russian friend had never heard of. It turned out to be pork cutlets deep-fried with rings of fresh apple. We fought over the plate.
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