We've eaten here twice and the food is an absolutely superb example of the very best Polish home cooking brought to you in a restaurant. The dishes are classic Eastern European: pierogies (filled dumplings), beet soup, schnitzel, potato pancakes, etc, the difference is they are prepared to perfection- this is what you will eat in the home of an old Polish grandmother who is cooking for her family. My wife is from the former Soviet Union, and the food is a return to her childhood...only, she says, way better. Our kids polish (no pun intended!) off a plate of 10 pierogies with ease, and their deserts are delicious and authentic. The beverage selection includes wines from Poland (don't miss the honey wine or cherry liquer) as well as others from Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary...awesome wines that are nearly impossible to find.
We drive from out of state to eat here...and it's worth it. This is exactly what an ethnic restaurant of "peasant food" from the old country should be.
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