We ate here on the recommendation of the young owners/managers of our very modern and hip bed and breakfast in Warsaw. I'm glad we did. Like the place we were staying, this is a traditional style polish place presented in a modern and very hip way. it specializes in pierogi, the little Polish dumplings that define traditional Polish comfort food. They are homemade here, and filled with the most delicious fillings imaginable -- meat, or vegetarian, or even vegan. You can also get traditional Polish soups and other goodies, and fabulous specials like the one we had -- roast goose! It's quite a small place, with an upstairs area you have to climb a tiny spiral metal staircase to reach. Worth looking for down a side street in a part of Warsaw that somehow escaped destruction when the Nazis decimated the rest of the City.
As for how to actually pronounce the name of this place, Przegryz -- don't ask.
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