Food was legit Polish, delicious, and cheap. Owner/waitress was very kind. The only problem was that the food was not evenly hot.
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I grew up eating my Grandmother's pierogies, so when I discoverd this restaurant, I had to check it out. I was not disappointed. The restaurant itself is simply an order your food at the counter place, and the staff delivers it to your table when...More
Stopped by for a late supper. Had the combo plate and some potato pancakes. Decent food. Nothing special. Place is quite lacking in character. Good parking right out front.
I have been here a number of times and have NEVER been disappointed. The food is like my Polish grandmother made and is the real deal 'home cooking'. Staff is very pleasant and the prices are surprisingly reasonable, considering other offerings in the Roaring Fork...More
First experience at a true polish restaurant and it didn't disappoint. Food was great. Very basic environment. Nothing special. But the food was outstanding.
Shared the pierogis, latkes and plum blintzes. All were very good. I'm not sure how "authentic" but the owner is Polish and the food seemed very authentic to me. Limited but vegetarian options available. Very casual spot.