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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.
Posted by Two eaters, one polish one russian on 01/29/2006
My friend and I, upon visiting the restaurant were not only amazed at the variety of ethnic food, reminiscent of what our Russian and Polish grandmothers used to make, but also at the amount of food for the cost. I must say, I have no need to exploit my grandmother for her stuffed cabbage, pierogies, or kielbasa. Thanks Little Poland! (dont tell babcie).
Posted by Terry on 01/21/2006
You really can't go wrong here, the food is good, it is an inexpensive, homey, neighborhood place, with decent service in the funky East Village! It works for me!
Posted by Bernard Dworkin on 12/12/2005
Cabbage soup, fried sauerkraut and potato pierogies, potato pancakes with sour cream and bring your own bottle (no alcohol served on premises) and you are in pig-out heaven. It may take several days to work off the cholesterol, but it is worth it. A very cozy, warm room with booths and tables, a counter, and blank faced, Eastern European moonie-faced waitresses who are unobtrusive. Portions are very generous and you can have an enormous meal for $10. Do not attempt to eat here unless you are physically fit and willing to spend the money you save in health club membership and hard work-outs.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/30/2005
As with every great restaurant, the focus here is totally on the food: homemade taste, flavorful, succulent, big portions, good value: $10 will fill up a big eater. You see a lot of cheapskate plebs in this place; I'm one of them. All are waited upon with professional grace by a staff of attractive, courteous, overworked Polish women.