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Posted by Cheryl on 04/09/2007
I took my kids there when we visited NYC for spring break. It was "off the beaten path", moreso a part of a neighborhood environment than big city. I love Polish food and was not disappointed at all. I look forward to our next trip there. We will definitely go to Little Poland - at least once.
Posted by Gastronomical Liz on 03/17/2007
I enjoy pierogies, so I decided to stop off at Little Poland for a nourishing and filling St. Patrick's Day lunch in the form of their eight pierogi combination platter. While I liked the taste and price of the kasha, sweet potato, saurkraut and mushroom, and spinach filled pastries, I left wanting something more well-rounded. Perhaps this was due to my choice, but I've come to the conclusion that Eastern European fare isn't one of my favorites. Still, I'd recommend this place to anyone who wants good, cheap food and quick service.
Posted by Ana on 02/05/2007
Homemade quality food for your money. Food's always the same, good service, not a fancy restaurant but comforting. Worth a visit.
Posted by A taste of Home on 01/20/2007
I am Polish and I can ensure you that food at Little Poland tastes like homemade. Of course there is nothing like Mom's cooking ( most of us agree)...but Little Poland can sure compete. This place is set up like a corner coffee shop, but the food, atmosphere and service ( FAST!!) makes up for luck of elegance.
Posted by Gus Baker on 12/15/2006
You don't have to be Polish to enjoy the economical culinary delights that you'll find at Little Poland. No matter what you order you'll find it to be homemade and delectable. Inasmuch as you can get a tasty burger, go for the combination platter. But be sure to be prepared to take home the leftovers. Also get yourself a side order of potato pancakes with sour cream and applesauce. My favorite are the potato pierogies, boiled, with the sauteed onions. And I like to start out with a cup of split pea soup.
Posted by Jewish Guy on 12/13/2006
Little Poland is wonderful. Set up much like a coffee shop and serving breakfast from 7 AM and dinner till late, one should have reasonable expectations about the decor considering the restaurant's versatility. But, for something really different, you can't beat this homey little spot. I had never had authentic Polish food, so I opted for the Combination Platter which offers a huge and tasty stuffed cabbage, kielbasy, 4 delectable Pierogis (you can mix and match these!!! I recommend the Kasha and Spinach varieties), and a heaping portion of Bigos which is sweet saurkraut flavored with tangy meat bits. I also tried a very savory and delicious Lentil soup which was served with Challah! On the subject of Pierogis, Little Poland offers at least 8 or 9 different kinds and I wish I had the appetite to have tried them all. My date and I stuffed ourselves and had to spend the evening exploing Greenwhich Village to work off our shameless indulgence. Little Poland serves very hearty and flavorful food, so bring a big appetite and leave your diet on 2nd Avenue. For something really different and satisfying for amazingly low prices, you can't beat Little Poland.
Posted by regular on 12/08/2006
I've been coming here for years now and will eventually try out the entire menu. You will never go wrong with the Combonation Platter. I discovered this place while in college, graduated and still come here when I visit New York. I get a takeout order-- the combo platter, of course--before I leave and bring it back with me on the plane all the way cross country to California. Like some of the other reviewers have said, it's your basic, cozy neighborhood diner. You don't go for the decour; you go for the heapings of delicious comfort food. They have typical american diner food on the menu as well, but I like the Polish home cooking. Everything is tasty, but I can't recommend the combo plate enough. Best value around!