Eastern European, Polish, European, Vegetarian options
Closed now
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
1305 Milton Ave, Syracuse
Eva's European Sweets photo
Add a photo
Eva's European Sweets photo
+ 17 photos Eva's European Sweets photo
+ 16 photos Eva's European Sweets photo
Eva's European Sweets photo
+ 14 photos Eva's European Sweets photo
Add a photo
Add your opinion
Get directions 1305 Milton Ave
Syracuse, New York, USA

Visitors state that they like Polish cuisine at this restaurant. It's time to try mouthwatering pierogi, potato pancakes and kielbasa. You will enjoy its food, especially perfectly cooked stuffed pancakes, apple pie and chocolate cakes. Clients visit Eva's European Sweets to taste delicious lager, wine or wheat beer. You will be offered good coffee, tea or moccachino.

This place is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Fair prices at this spot are good news for its customers. You will definitely appreciate the nice atmosphere and divine decor. This restaurant is honored with the rating of 4.4 on Zomato.

Visitors' opinions on Eva's European Sweets

/ 421
Add your opinion
The perfect rainy day restaurant (I first came on a chilly, sleeting night, which only made the cozy atmosphere more inviting.)  The food is warm and comforting and it's obvious that a lot of care goes into every meal.  Even if you don't have a Polish grandma, Eva's feels like visiting home.
Love this place. Can’t get enough of it. The food is so good. It has so many different classics on the menu with great authenticity in each. We ordered a little of everything from Golabkis to Plackis to Pierogies. Then you have to try their Bigos (Hunter’s Stew)! After all that, you can’t leave until you go look at their dessert case and try one of their incredible sweets. We had the mocha chocolate cake with buttercream. Wow. The staff is very friendly and gives a warm homemade feel.
Eva's is like the Polish grandmother I never had (I'm Asian and I don't have any grandparents). My first memory here was in sixth grade when all of my friends were in band and went on a school trip for the day and my mom, knowing I would be alone at lunch, took me to Eva's on a sporadic and unforgettable adventure. I remember how we split perogies and then picked out some sort of cake or pastry from the selection they had behind us in the glass fridge display case. More recently my dad has been taking me here while I've been in college. I'm a senior now, and so I suppose Eva's European Sweets is the cherished restaurant of my youth tied to memories with my parents. I didn't know how comforting, homey, and authentic Polish food could be. I crave their gnocchi, the one with the butter, Parmesan cheese, and sour cream. It's like an updated version of a dish my mom would always make: pasta, that shaky Kraft cheese from the green container, butter, and garlic powder. Eva's doesn't put garlic on their gnocchi, but I don't miss it at all. It's creamy and simple and filling. Last night I had the Placki Hungarian Style (I usually get the gnocchi or this). It has potato pancakes that crunch when your fork cuts through but melt with the spicy, bell pepper, onion, ground beef and tomato sauce. There's some sort of spice that just brings a distinctive element from any Italian tomato meat sauce. A dollop of sour creams adds a smooth, cool relief from the slightly spicy dish. We split the dill pickle soup. Okay, I get this may sound strange, but it was sooooo wonderful. I can see myself sipping this with crushed saltines on a blustering December, January, or February day. It's like they made chicken noodle soup, leaving out the noodles and chicken, and added pickle brine and sliced pickles. Our waitress said this was her favorite soup and one thing I've learned, always ask your waiter for recommendations. She was absolutely right. Amazing tip (from both her and us). They have sandwiches, dinner meals, perogies (sweet and savory), chicken, pork, beef, desserts, cocktails, liquor, European beer, coffee, potatoes, and all sorts of delicious findings. Guys this restaurant deserves all the attention. It sort of reminds me of a diner (whenever I come I usually get coffee and the waitress fills up my cup whenever it's half gone). It's incredibly charming wit h eccentric and traditional Polish/Central European decorations. There are pictures (Guy Fieri visited for Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives), trinkets, and all sorts of genuine wall hangings and signs and other cute touches they've added.
All opinions
Get directions
1305 Milton Ave, Syracuse, New York, USA
Takeaway Booking Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Wi-Fi Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 11:00-20:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-20:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-20:00
FridayFri 11:00-21:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-21:00
Updated on: