When I walked in I immediately noticed the hot red seating and really classy ceilings of this hidden spot. When I ordered the Polish Plate for two I was really pleased at how simple and filling it was. My boyfriend and his family had been to Café Polonez (another Polish Restaurant) a few months earlier this year and he said the plates were crowded with the side salads and not seasoned as well as Chopin's and it was over priced for the food that comes with it. Chopin's PP2 came with cabbage rolls, pierogi, potato pancakes, tasty Schnitzel and two small plates of a trio of delicious yet simple sorowki (salads) were given separately as an opening to the dish. Il'l be definitely coming back to try out the other appetizing options.
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