Wow. Small, quaint restaurant on the oldest street in the US and is run by one family: Darius, Grace, and Julius from Poland but they lived 5 1/2 years in Greece before coming here. So the food is as traditional as you can get. I had the Taste of Poland: homemade borscht with dumplings, four pierogies sautéed in onions- one with cheese and potato, one with Spinach and cheese, another with beef, and one with sauerkraut and mushrooms. All of this with hunter's stew from a northern Poland recipe: sausage, chicken, beef, pork slow cooked with forest mushrooms imported from Poland, sauerkraut, prunes, red wine, and honey served in a bread bowl. The food is so good, people were filming a spot on Polish food!
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