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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