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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!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/22/2006
On the days when the cold wind whips up paper in the streets, go here. The decorations are mildly appalling... tangled streamers from the ceiling and the elk is garlanded with plastic flowers, but the food is very real and very authentic and very good value. Put on a protective layer of adipose tissue with the help of goulash, potato pancakes and sour cream, and wash it all down with beer, then go into the cold wind and feel invincible. the service is friendly too.