To view their menu, click HERE
The place itself has a sort of magical feel of it's own. What looks like a semi small house from the outside opens up to a surprisingly large dining room, outdoor patio, and buffet style serving room reserved for weekend brunches. While the quirky theme is semi-prevalent up front, I sorta just wish the place was, for lack of a better word, weird. It seems like the decor didn't quite live up to the name.
Baba Yega, like it's name offers unique food and an eclectic atmosphere with friendly service. While our food wasn't the best, I would be willing to give it another try since the rest of our experience was so pleasant.