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Posted by Anonymous on 01/11/2014
There's no atmosphere- it's a 70s cafeteria. But it's the most authentic Polish food you'll find in this area. If you want a taste of Polish home, this is your place.
Posted by Tadeusz Radvila on 01/08/2013
Has the all the charm of a 1960s soviet cafeteria but the quality and price are unmatched anywhere in the mid-Atlantic region. Rediscover the joy of eating. Go today and take your family.
Posted by anonymous on 04/10/2012
Their bigos is fabulous, better than any in the area and better than Veselkas in Manhattan. Thankfully, I only live over the bridge and can go in for a fix when I need it!
Posted by Sparkle Plenty on 10/09/2011
I'm from California but missed my Pennsylvania grandma's homemade pierogies. Had lunch here with a long-lost cousin and feasted on the BEST pierogies in 51 years! (I'm 67 yrs old) Light and full of flavor ... potato, potato & cheese, and sauerkraut to die for! I bought DOZENS of each ... for only $6.00/dozen! They safely made the trip back to California in my Styrofoam container.
Posted by kelly ann on 01/08/2011
food very good. it is a small cafeteria style restaurant
Posted by GB from Philadelphia on 04/22/2010
Loved, Loved, Loved the pierogies. The rest of the food looked delicious. Cannot wait to go back and try something new.
Posted by Jan on 03/02/2010
This place is nothing fancy. Actually it is pretty bad but the food is excellent. I had perogies and stuffed cabbage that were as good as my grandmothers. It is a great place and close to I-95 if you are traveling through the Philadelphia area. Parking could be difficult. While you are there check out the polish grocery store accross the street.