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Took my father and family around 12 people to celebrate his B-Day and it was a disaster. It took them 1 1/2 to get our food (we did not know what to do with our selves) and on top of it my fathers food came...More
My sister and I went here for lunch. We will definitely be returning. We each had the platter, which has a wonderful assortment, and took half home. Everything was fresh, delicious, and perfectly prepared! Service was excellent!
First, just a good experience at the bar. Then, a superb dining experience as well. Overall, a solid, great find (in New Britain, where professional restaurants are few and far between).
Stopped in here for a couple of beers before grocery shopping on Broad Street....More
Stopped in for a quick lunch and was pleasantly surprised by the awesome food I had. I had the pickle soup and it was exactly like the soup I make at home. Then I had the cabbage and mushroom pancake. It was the best filling...More
The ambiance is nice and the food is very good. The sampler plate gives you a selection of various Polish specialties. The pierogi were perfect : tender dough and delicious fillings. Just a great selection for a Polish meal. The server Dorota is charming.
The food here is not good or even ok compared to several nearby choices. The decor is nice, but it is a picture out of an IKEA magazine, nothing creative about it. If you're already in New Britain, literally go across the street or drive...More
Belvedere Restaurant is our new favorite on Broad St. Stumbled upon after finding our other restaurant moved. Glad we did. The platter was very good especially the pierogi and potato pancake. Reasonably priced and pleasant server.
A Polish friend recommended here as the best place for Polish food in New Britain. The "Taste of New Britain" special appeared the best way to sample a number of Polish dishes. For my appetizer, I choose mushroom and cabbage pierogi. What impressed me is...More