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Posted by Anonymous on 11/14/2006
This place has great, authentic polish food. We loved it! The perogies were homemade! yummy
Posted by Anonymous on 10/21/2006
Took 4 out-of-towners for a quick lunch, the food here is always fresh & good, very reasonably priced, and, again, I was pleased. Can't find a better homey, neighborhood place that is a good value like Little Poland.
Posted by LuxeFSB27 on 08/17/2006
If you are down for just some flat-out authentic, delicious, inexpensive Polish food, Little Poland is the place to go. I frequently make a trip into Manhattan just to go there and eat. Yes, it is basically a little diner. This is not the place for ambience. But if you want a ton of food for an extremely reasonable price - don't miss it. I always get the pierogi with cooked onions. But the soups are great and the combination platters... well, I defy you to finish the whole thing in one sitting and walk out under your own power. Give it a try. You'll be back.
Posted by ICCULUS on 05/22/2006
I've been to most of the spots, and let me tell you this is the best breakfast/brunch money can buy in the east village. The eggs are cooked proper and the corned beef hash is straight butter in your mouth. Additionally, the service is good - which is very rare for an establishment in this area. The waitresses aren't space cadets and bring your order out promptly and make sure your cup of coffee is topped off. The atmosphere carries no frills and is never packed, hands down this is the best brunch for a bite to eat in the area,
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2006
Sure there are some other restaurants down the street, but this has the best pieorgi (try their special pierogi) and kielbasa. And, you can see a movie right across the street after dinner. And they're open til 11!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2006
Amazing food. They have the best cheese and potato pierogis & cheese blintzes I've ever had, although I'm no expert. The atmosphere is simple and modest, but it's cozy and it's one of my favourite places to sit and warm up during the winter, and even during the summer. The only dish I've tried that I do not recommend is the "buttered noodles with farmers cheese". Other than that, it's excellent stuff!
Posted by Dickles on 03/10/2006
This place is great. I can't stress that enough. A friend and I stumbled into it one day and go back all the time now. The Combination Platter is to die for. Also the Very Special Pierogies are fabulous. I rave about this joint to everyone. Little Poland is one of my favorite places to eat in the East Village.