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Posted by Greenpoint Girlfriend on 07/15/2008
It was just awesome. I haven't had borscht since I was a kid, and this was wayyyyy better than the borscht I had as a kid. Also had pierogies they were good. Boy had the polish platter, which was astounding (I was a big fan of the bigos).
Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2008
So delicious. The polish platter is also really great, and you can't beat the atmosphere with the little lamps on the table. The blintzes make a great dessert, and the bill is always such a pleasant surprise. BYO Polish beer and enjoy!
Posted by Stanislaus on 01/11/2008
This is the best food value in New York. Such amazing Polish food and a very homey atmosphere. The Bigos is fantastic, the borscht is delicious. It isn't health food, but I promise you won't hungry for a few days. It's also BYOB, so pick up a few zywiecs on the way. The waiter is very nice and works hard to serve you your food quickly. Do I see Grandma in the back there?
Posted by Lauren on 10/28/2007
This restaurant is so wonderful. The decor is amazing (lace table clothes, plastic flowers, mounted deer head, ribbons tied from the ceiling...) and so is the hearty homemade food. I am a big fan of the vegetable borscht, which is so healthy-tasting and delicious, I could have it every day. The pierogies are unbeatable and so are the mashed potatoes, which taste just like my mom's. Amazing.
Posted by marysia on 10/01/2007
The only polish restaurant in new york worth dining. Very authentic at an excellent price.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2007
I don't want to tell too many people because I'm afraid if too many yuppies go here, it will change. This is one of the very few places I can go to in NY for a Home Cooked Meal. Yes, the Polish Lady is in the back cooking and she cooks like a Mother. This is a small place that I never want to change. IT IS PERFECT the way it is.
Posted by RnReady on 01/11/2007
I've sampled a number of the Polish restaurants in Greenpoint over the years, and Lomzynianka is the best. No it's better than that, because it's a crazy little place with tinsel hanging from the ceiling and a deer's head on the wall. Get beer across the street ($1.50 for a Lomzya) because it's byob. And try the white borscht. No beets. Just cream, kielbasa, potatos, hard boiled egg, and probably a ton of butter. Great on a cold night!