But enough about timing, on to the food! I'd heard rumour of Holy Perogy and was very excited to see them there. I'd had a late and sizeable morning snack, so I decided that two snacks would make a lunch.
I ordered their classic cheese perogies, which came with fried onions and sour cream, and I added sausage. I don't know if it was the fact that it took so long to get them, or the fact that they didn't match up to Cecil's perogies, but I was a little disappointed. Don't get me wrong, they were tasty perogies and a solid sized snack, but for $8 plus $2 for the little amount of sausage I got, I was expecting a bit more.
Conclusion? If you're in the mood for perogies, I don't think you'd be disappointed by Holy Perogy, but I also don't think you'd be blown out of the water.