Brooklyn, NY 11209
- Sun,Tue,Wed,Thu 12pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-10:30pm
- Delivery, Takeout
- Dinner, Lunch
- Not Accepted
- No Parking
Village Voice's Description
Greenpoint, Sunset Park, and the East Village are dotted with Polish cafes, but none quite as good as this example. Rib-sticking soups are a specialty (several vegetarian ones among them), including four startlingly dissimilar takes on borscht, one of which comes with a giant ingot of fried pork, another with a scoop of potatoes to be dumped into its clear carmine depths. Entrees are groaningly large: there's a giant boneless pork chop that can be done several ways, and a hunter's stew (bigos) sporting sauerkraut, big chunks of meat, and smoky sausage that makes you feel like you've just slept all night in the woods next to a smoldering fire. Wash it all down with BYOB Polish beer from the Russian deli across the street.
Tips from foursquare
Winner of Best Polish in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!
yummy! try the salad, potato pancakes, pierogies, and stuffed cabbage. byob and cash only
You can BYOB
I went to this place a while back...the latkas are spectacular.
Soups are great. Try the chefs blintz - cheese AND fruit.