I've been there once and it was a very memorable visit. This place is not too far from the ferry, so you can walk (about 10 minutes) or take a short trip by bus to get there. The owner of this restaurant is originally from Poland and she is a very nice person. She serves real Polish food and makes everything from scratch. I tried the mix pierogies and I loved the meat ones (fried dumplings). My husband tried the bigos (Hunter's Stew) and he liked it very much. You should also try the potato pancakes, blintzes, stuffed cabbage, kielbasa and delicious soups. Don't miss the chance to try real Polish food. The prices are very resonable!
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