This little restaurant is likely unlike anything you’ve experienced before, with its homey cottage-like interior and authentic Polish dishes. You can start out by trying a bowl of beet soup or pickle soup, then follow it with a main course of a traditional main course of pierogies, stuffed cabbage, potato pancakes, or Polish sausage — or even a combo plate so you can try multiple dishes. At the end of your meal, don’t miss one of their traditional desserts like Polish apple cake, fruit pierogies, or angel wing pastry.
Most kids enjoy a plate of pierogies, latkes, or the chicken and mashed potato plate, so families, don’t be put off by the lack of dedicated children’s menu. The food is excellent and tastes homemade: it’s everything a Polish grandmother would feed you if you’ve been lucky enough to know one!