Amazing authentic Polish food Can't really find places like that in NY ( US) Try their soups...! Service is always great Fast and straight to the point !;)
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probably not elegant or trendy food,maybe too rich,but for sure very good...we tried the beef gulash and the beff strogonoff on bread.....warm and soft .....
This is the best Polish food you will ever have! Stick to the authentic Polish dishes as opposed to the specials. Best dishes: - Pierogis - Gwampkies - Potato Pancake with beef - Red cabbage and carrot side dishes are fantastic You cannot go wrong here!
We stopped by here during a food & culture tour of Brooklyn, to sample the Eastern European food offered in this small restaurant. The sausage and onions, carrot salad, pierogi, and apple crepes were all good, and the service was prompt for us. Good stop for lunch.
Want to sample genuine Polish food? Try this small family restaurant tucked away in Brooklyn. Polish beer on tap, as well as common and uncommon dishes. Blood sausage! I'll be back!
The menu has many options and the floor plan has been smartly laid out in a small space to give privacy to couples and have have adequate room in the middle to serve a long table of 27 people. The decor is unique. Service friendly and prompt. Without having adequate knowledge and experience with Polish cuisine, I have to say... More
I have eaten in the Ridgewood restaurant so it was suggested to go ground zero and eat in green point ....this place is unbelievable from the food to the service...the pierogi are fresh made the kielbasa is smoked to perfection the pork hocks are tender the food is the food of kings ...the restaurant name translates as this just love... More
We went here as part of a food tour and had a mini-meal (started, main, and dessert). All of the food was excellent, particularly the pirogis and apple pancakes. Definitely worth the visit for something a bit different.
Very popular traditional Polish restaurant in the Polish neighborhood of Green Point, Brooklyn, New York. Large portions, so come hungry. Good selection of eastern European beers. Look around at the other tables; lots of Polish folks come here, which tells you the food is authentic. I had venison and walnut meatballs in a mushroom sauce, with potato dumplings -- very... More
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