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Pierogi Grill & Deli
Ranked #75 of 721 Restaurants in Clearwater
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Polish
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Description: 727-216-3055 http://maps.google.com/maps/place?rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&oe=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=pierogi+grill+clearwater,+fl&fb=1&gl=us&hq=pierogi+grill&hnear=Clearwater,+FL&cid=12088817337801959951&dtab=2&ei=DhQdTdjmAoeglAf00LnKCw&sa=X&oi=local_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CBkQqgUwAA
Reviewed August 11, 2012

If you are anywhere in the vicinity and remember Grandma' home made pierogies and stuffed cabbage and grandpa's home smoked kiebasi, this place is a must. I recommend the Polish Kings platter for 3-4 people or the Polish prince platter for 1-2. These both provided great samples of the overall menu. Everything we had (3 adults/4 kids) was far above the norm. But if you want to go ala cart, be sure to try the Zurek soup (just like you get in poland) and/or the red beet (borscht) soup. Both were excellent and couple be a lunch in themselves. Pierogies were dumplings filled with savory (cabbage, mushroon, sauerkraut, potato, chese or combinations thereof) or sweet (think plum, blueberry, etc) with a thin light dough covering. Potato pancakes were tender, full flavored and not greasy). The smoked sausage kielbasi was full of garlic and smoke with the right mix of lean and fattier chunks of chomped and ground pork. The beers were the polish national brands, both on tap and in bottles at a very reasonable price. In fact the only disappointment were the fried green beans - I was expecting agreen beans sauteed in butter and cracker crumbs like grandma used to make but was disappointed to get green beans coated in batter and deep-fried but I guess that's how the chef's baci made them.

BTW, it used to be an Egyptian restaurant and still has the exotic decor esp at the entrance to the restrooms.

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Reviewed July 23, 2012

Great food in unigue decor. The decor is Egyptian, highlighted with different uses of the pyramid from lights to salt/pepper shakers. Our family shared 4 different diners and found all the food to be very good. Kielbasa, dumplings, pierogies, stuffed cabbage and the other fixings were top notch.The bill was very reasonable about $14 per person.
The waitress was friendly, answered all questions and made us feel welcomed.
The place had an attached Deli with more goodies including imported candies.
So for great Polish food in a good atmosphere give the Pierogi Grill and Deli a try.

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2  Thank jkilby13
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

this restaurant will really suprise you. it is in a small strip center and the outside is nothing special, however the food which is ethnic polish is out of this world. the pierogi's are homemade and are delicious. the cabage rolls tasted super and the kielbasa and kraut was great also. for desert you must have a polish jelly donut which comes to you warm right out of the oven...great

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Reviewed May 28, 2012

Wow! Everything was delicious. The service is prompt and super friendly. The food is engulfed with tasty meats and vegetables. We enjoyed interesting drinks with authentic polish vodka. Prices are very resonable. We truly enjoyed this jewel of CW.

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Thank Kikanaaz
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Reviewed April 12, 2012

Visiting from California for SPRING TRAINING, 10 of us gathered in the Clearwater area for a reunion. Our host who is also Polish told us we would not be disappointed. He was so right. The menu was filled with favorites. I chose the Polish Prince, it had a large piece of kielbasa on a bed of delicious saurkraut and onions and a large stuffed cabbage roll along with four pierogies of your choice ,my choice was the farmers cheese and potatoe. The portions were big and delicious.The best part for me was that it tasted like my mom or grandmom were in the kitchen cooking it, down to the cucumber salad sliced so thin you could almost see through it, with some onions in a dill and sour cream dressing. They also serve Polish beers. It was so good we ate there more than once during our ten day stay.

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Thank Ken K
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