If you love Polish food, you have to try this place! The food is great. Must try the cucumber salad, it's soooo good. You will not leave hungry. The bean & bacon soup is delicious. Haven't had anything we didn't like. The owner is so...More
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We gathered to help celebrate our friends 50th anniversary at this very traditional Polish eatery. We were not disappointed with the various items to choose from. The cocktails were good as well as being very reasonable. I'm not a big fan of cabbage rolls but...More
This restaurant is old and rundown. The food was awful. Both times visited, the chicken lacked a white meat selection. The hostess didn't seem to care that it was not available. The salad were lackluster at best. The vegetables were poured from a bag. The...More
We have had many a great meal here, portions are not huge but the food it awesome, very clean & pleasant, quiet, professional waitstaff very efficient & friendly
The food and atmosphere evoke fond memories of my grandmother's kitchen growing up, and the wonderful scents that emerge from my mother's kitchen when I visit my parents. For the most part, the service is very good and the food is consistent. While the bigos...More
We decided to try something new and ordered the meatless Christmas Eve carryout dinner. It was a great variety of foods. The only thing missing was directions on how to cook/reheat and information on what the different foods were.
Polonez offers menu selections unlike any other restaurant. Everything is authentically Polish and it makes for a unique dining experience.It's hard to decide, but we recommend the stuffed cabbage rolls, dill soup, potato pancakes, bigos, and deviled eggs. Then there's also the Friday fish fry...More
They were respectful of my allergies to mushroom and seafood. Very large portions for lunch and true to polish food. Only reason not a five cold rolls.