This tiny city centre café run by two cheerful sisters with a penchant for reggae music serves massive portions of wholesome home-made food till 8 pm (earlier on Sundays). The menu changes so frequently it's on a blackboard, but expect to find dishes like pork schnitzel, stuffed cabbage rolls, pan-fried chicken, spinach-and-salmon stuffed pancakes, and a couple of Poland's signature soups. Daily lunch special (mains, potatoes or noodles and 2 salads) €6.99l, but you're not going to spend more than a tenner no matter what you choose. Everything is on display and they'll happily answer your questions - non-Poles welcome! Ideally located on Moore Street, a couple of metres from Dublin's main shopping area on Henry Street. No desserts (where would you put one?) or alcohol. (If you really do need something sweet after, you can get Polish doughnuts (paczki) at Polonez a few metres further up Moore Street.)
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