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Little Poland Restaurant

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  • 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 Craig on 10/11/2008

    yay!

    I frequent this neighborhood gem. I take the bus sixty-odd blocks down 2nd Ave. and anticipate the food all the way. Come hungry and DO NOT pass on the soups...they are terrific. Mayor Bloomberg (who likes lunch out all the time) shouldn't miss Little Poland. The staff could not be warmer. Sometimes you just luck-out on a great lunch spot.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Jzikky on 08/14/2008

    good, not great

    The food at LP is good, notwithstanding canned vegetables. The service could be better, but is never terrible. I rank LP a solid B, but the pierogis rank higher. If you're looking for a diner experience, this is certainly a good place and won't be painful on the purse.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Marek on 07/09/2008

    Twice bitten

    I have been here 3 times and have been twice bitten. My first experience was okay tho the food was a little bland but then again, I get home cooked Polish food quite often when I go back to NJ. The other 2 times I greatly disappointed especially the last time when I ordered the swordfish steak. I took a gamble but Polish people know how to make sea food... or at least I thought... the fish was very dry and almost tasteless and I know how real swordfish should taste. It was probably reheated several times to get it this dry. The place is clean the staff is slightly above average when it comes to attentiveness but there is still a bit to be desired. Sadly I will not come back here again and will either have to find a new place in manhattan or go to brooklyn to find a good Polish restaurant.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Bonnie Pearl on 06/17/2008

    Yummy

    This is a great little restaurant and is always busy. The food is delicious and a good value..I once saw Alex Baldwin there too! I cant wait to go back!

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Doreen on 05/22/2008

    A grest restaurant

    This is a fantastic restaurant for an inexpensive filling delicious polish meal. I highly recommend their combination platter. The atmosphere is dingy, but the food more than makes up for it.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by Christina Xu on 05/01/2008

    Best Stuffed Peppers in Manhattan

    There was one time I really wanted to have some simple stuffed peppers for dinner. A Polish friend recommended that I try Little Poland. I was not disappointed. It was delicious. I would recommend ordering this dish as a "side order" (1 huge pepper, instead of 2. The side order options of many dishes are on the menu, which is very nice of the restaurant to do so). Super value.

  • Little Poland Restaurant

    Posted by jackdonaghy on 04/29/2008

    You'll Leave with a Big Smile

    In search of decent perogi (I can only eat frozen Mrs. T's for so long) and stuffed cabbage, a co-worker mentioned this place as "old school as it gets". Sure enough, the inside decor is a throwback to the 1960's East Village ethnic restaurant (that's a compliment) . All of the staff is from Poland, so I knew I was getting homemade, non pretentious food. The stuffed cabbages were huge and filled with veal and pork (some places like dinners use chopped meat). An unusual twist was the creamy mushroom sauce (I'm used to a tomato soup like sauce). It was amazing. For the sides, the slow cooked carrots melted in my mouth, and the shredded beets were sweet (they probably were prepared with sugar and/or cinnamon) and delicious. I also tried my friend's potato and cheese perogi, and it was heavenly. This is exactly the type of restaurant that has been disappearing in the City. It's not trendy and crowded with 28 year old financial types. There's no line to get it. It's just great food and friendly service. Oh, btw it's very inexpensive too.

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