Hubby was having some travelers GI distress & once again refused to do southwestern food. So I went to trip advisor looking for something he would agree upon. I was stunned to find a Polish restaurant in Tucson & one with great ratings. I am half Ukranian,2nd generation American and from a steel mill town outside of Pittsburgh. I grew up with Polish friends and attended Polka Parties with them at the local PNA. I lived in Germany 5 years and have pages of passport stamps from the Czech Republic & Poland. This girl is an Eastern European food expert. We split a sampler plate with perogies, stuffed cabbage, Kielbasa, hunters stew & a roll. Everything was of great quality. My aunt Kay and the ladies at St Olga's Ukrainian church are only a few who have done better. The roll reminded me of the German brotchen, which I miss. I had the Polish Pilsner beer, it was perfect. My husband was so impressed we went back the next day for lunch to eat the potato pancakes and white sausage and of course the roll/brotchen. Decor was authentic, it was like being in an Eastern European Guest House. Only I have more Polish Pottery, just sayin. the theme of this trip out west has been eating unexpectedly good food and authentic food In unusual places.
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