Great pickle soup, cabbage rolls, perogies, sausage and potato pancakes. Everything is obviously made from scratch and very tasty. The staff are passionate about their food and are excited to have you try it. Prices are a little high but if you want authentic polish food, this is the place.
We saw this place daily during our vacation to Victoria every time we left our hotel and walked down towards the Inner Harbor. It looked intriguing, this small hole-in-the-wall Polish restaurant, and after reading the online reviews, we decided to try it out before we left. We save it for our last dinner in Victoria, and I wouldn't be wrong... 更多
Though this place has been here 5 years this was our first time. I had the tDelux Plte and my wife had the Potatoe Pancke with mushrooms. The meal also came with some delicious pea and mint soup. All of the food was excellent. The service was great as well thus is a great place to eat
We chose this place after reading some awesome reviews, but were thoroughly disappointed. Like, really disappointed because we LOOOOOOOVE polish food and it's really hard to find good stuff for some reason. The lady (owner?) there affirmed we'd come to the right place because she was awesomely polish! The starter soup was delicious and we eagerly selected our meals and... 更多
We were served by the owner and he was very attentive. The food was excellent. It's not a fancy place, but we like to eat where the locals eat and not at the mainline restaurants. My husband and I were both stuffed when we left. The good kind of stuffed.
Pleasant homey restaurant with homecooked-style food. Small menu. We had a nice potato pancake with a goulash filling and a couple of scoops of salad--one was a dense beet salad, the other a European potato salad. Potato pancake reminded me of Latkes. Goulash was a Polish adaptation of what Hungarians do best. Service was slow and casual. Altogether It was... 更多