Well I’m about to head for some dessert adventure in St. Louis, MO where I will be doing a show playing a Hungarian. What do I first think about doing while prepping for this role?! Why, eating some Hungarian food and dessert of course! I Yelped to find the best bet for the cuisine in NYC and came upon Andre’s Cafe & Eorpean Bakery on the UES. The little restaurant was adorable with memorabilia from Hungary decorating every inch of the walls. I felt like I was actually in Hungary! After a delicious meal of a classic dish, Chicken Paprikesh, I asked the native Hungarian serving us what their most popular dessert was, and she highly recommended one of their strudels. I chose the Cherry Cheese Strudel. It came out beautifully displayed on a plate and WARM. It was also served with a fork and steak knife to cut through the thick and flakey dough. Remek! Pompás! (Wow!). It was incredible! I’ve never had a strudel this high quality anywhere. The warm cheese and cherries oozed out of the crust encasing it. It was light and fulfilling. I highly recommend a stop here for this dessert. For a taste of culture and good food, Andres is a great option. Ízletes (delicious!)!