Had breakfast. Expected to find more polish foods in the menu, but overall experience was good. Service was good. The place is cost and clean.
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Was craving some pierogis and kraut and decided to come here for dinner. Diner-esque atmosphere with a busy and somewhat noisy vibe. I ordered my pierogis boiled but should have had them lightly fried. Prices are reasonable but I've had better polish food. Decent for...More
I was in Detroit on business and stopped here for dinner the night before flying home. It was a Friday, and I had the combo #1 - pierogies, potato pancakes, and crepe-like rollups with fruit inside. Everything was tasty. I preferred the potato pierogies over...More
We have been coming here regularly for over twenty years. Today our food was not acceptable, I complained to the new waitress, she did nothing, just gave us the bill. We said we wanted to talk to the manager and we were told we would...More
Have lunch here from time to time and it's OK. Quite a few selections on the menu, and some specials that are attractive. Only one bad experience - a few years back - when they would not let me bring a Starbucks in when I...More
Depending on what you order, you'll get a generous, tasty, well-priced plate of Polish food. City chicken is all pork, and tender. Pierogis boiled too long so were gummy, but good fillings. Kielbasa fatty and salty. Sauerkraut decent. Dill pickle soup had right amount of...More
Best kraut in e Detroit metro area. Servers with great longevity at this restaraunt which as indication of good management. Fast in and out with great menue and good tasting food at very reasonable prices. Restaurant is always nearly full with waiting lines usually after...More
I like to come here every once in a while for a taste of home. The pierogis are my favorite, the Polish combo is my go-to. Can't go wrong!