Recipes for local dishes are based on the traditions of various cultures and peoples, as the region has historically served as a fusion of many national customs. Hungarians, Jews, Germans, Czechs, Ukrainians, and representatives of other European nations added their unique components to the local diet. So you do not need to travel around the world in search of gourmet dishes, but you should just go to any restaurant in Mizhhirya to taste cheap dumplings, langoustines, liquorice, lecho, perkelt or rocket potatoes.
Every traveler should definitely try it cheap enough here:
- Bograch, which is assorted meat with the addition of verbena, juniper and mint.
- Hungarian homemade pasta called trade.
- Dessert hombovtsi – balls of cheese and corn crumbs, sweets and fruits.
- Lecho made of sweet peppers, tomatoes and onions, which will be served in any cafe in Mizhhirya.
- Ukrainian corn porridge banosh and tokan with mushrooms, homemade sheep cheese and cracklings.
- Czech dumplings made of yeast dough, potatoes, meat and cheese, etc.
These delicacies should be drunk with local wine made from soft desserts, which are famous for the best restaurants in Mizhhirya. And in autumn there is traditionally a holiday dedicated to a wonderful drink.