This is the place for Polish style perogi. They have a wide selection of fillings, from traditional to what might best be called fusion. The baked perogi are the size of a hockey puck (about the size of a child's fist for those who don't know hockey!). Three cost about $5. Unless you're ravenous, that will fill you. If you prefer smaller boiled perogi, you can have the same selection of fillings. You get 5 for about $5. The menu also has some hearty meat dishes and soups.
Ambience is very nice. The restaurant is off the Old Square overlooking a bustling street. The decor is intended to be reminiscent of a traditional inn. It's quite cozy.
Menus are available in English, and the staff have good English.
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