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Little Poland Restaurant

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    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Polish, Eastern European, Diners & Coffee Shops
  • 200 2nd Ave, New York NY10003 40.7313228 -73.9856592
  • (Btwn 12th & 13th St)
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  • (212) 777-9728
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User Ratings (Based on 86 reviews)

4.025
Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 777-9728
Place Order:
Order From Little Poland Restaurant for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 7am-11pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Derek Wood on 07/22/2004

    Good food-Great Price

    The food had that old world Polish quality, in that you definetly get enough to eat. Try the Potato Lamb soup. A potato, broth, and a big ol' lamb shank coming out the top. No beer, which was a disappointment, and no cushions for the seats on the booths. They were a small price to pay for the excellent food, which I cannot say enough how generous the portions are. Lots of menu selections and it only cost $22 for me and my uncle to have soup and dinner there! About $8 per entree. I shall most assuredly be returning.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2004

    Good food at great prices

    I love this place.. Its price is affordable and food is great. Why pay the price of commercial food like tgif etc when you can have homestyle food for less. I love the pierogies especially the regular potatoes. Steam or fried with lots of sweet onions and sour cream. The potato pancake with beef is good too also known as the hungarian style potato pancakes, it a potato pancake layered with lots of beef stew (juicy) then with another pancake on top.. I love the chicken noodle soup. Big chunks of breast meat lots of noodles and just enough soup to fill the brim. ugh I am gonna go there now.. c ya

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Sydney Polock on 03/26/2004

    This Restaurant Is No Polish Joke!

    Finally, something nice to say about those wacky Poles! This East Village staple offers very reasonably priced, stick-to-your-ribs type fare. Their standouts are cucumber salad that is more addictive than heroine and huge, wonderfully satisfying pierogies served with fried onions(order the assortment of 8 steamed with a side of sour cream - heaven!). As soon as you walk in, you are hit with the tantalizing aroma of real home cooking that makes this a perfect choice for a cold winter day. The all Polish staff isn't exactly the friendliest of people, but with food this good, who cares? And that's no joke!

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Ricky on 02/29/2004

    Old Skool LES

    While, Kiev, Odessa, Veselka, Christines, have all become shadows of their former selves, or extinct , as in the case of The Polish American Home. Relative newcomer (1989) Little Poland has just gotten better. Their potato lamb soup is INCOMPARABLE. Bigos never had it so good. I have ordered four soups at a time. Oh my god, the spinach soup! The hand made (sliced in front of you) egg salad sandwich borders on the erotic. Thank God they don't deliver...

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2004

    best

    Great foor. Old world

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Jason Ireland on 02/03/2004

    Top of the line

    This has been my favorite restaurant for many years; I am still surpised of the outstanding quality of food and great service. The place is decorated with good taste and has a unique European atmosphere. Unbeliebable prices!!! I'll see you there.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Joe Fabrika on 01/23/2004

    Food that sticks to your ribs.

    If you want good food at more than reasonable prices, this is the place. Chicken soup with chunks of chicken. Babka slighted toasted with melting butter. Slightly sauteed pierogis with sour cream or apple sauce. Thick potato pancakes. Real ethnic food. Not for the timid eaters.

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