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Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2007
Polonia has the best Polish food in Manhattan, by far. Always home-cooked and fresh. They also give heaping portions. The service is fairly slow, so call ahead for pick-up or the like. Otherwise, this place is a gem and very cheap -- $30 buys dinner for two.
Posted by invisible man? on 05/28/2007
I have eaten here before, so i know they have decent food, and it's not very expensive. However, this afternoon (memorial day) i stopped in and sat down near the window. I could see the waitresses talking at the bar, and i started to read my paper. I kept looking over to them but they didn't acknowledge my presence. Finally i walked to the register, and took a menu and sat down. they still didn't come over. Bear in mind there were only a few other tables that had people, and a few at the counter, so it wasn't like they were swamped. After a few more minutes of waiting i simply left because i was hungry and I don't see any reason to patronize a place where you have to fight to get served. Two thumbs down from this patron.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2007
Food was great, best spinach and feta omlette I have ever had. The service was a little slow, but everyone was very friendly. I would definately go back and recommend it to anyone looking for filling, cheap eats in East Village.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/20/2007
I've been to this restaurant a couple of times before and I love it! Not only is the food great, but I also get to see a lot of familiar faces and it has a family-like atmosphere. The food is cheap and still the best I ever had! Definitely try it out if your in the neighborhood.
Posted by overmedium on 11/16/2006
Hello, I'm a breakfast fiend, and also i didn't dine in but had it delivered. I can't remember having as good of challah french toast anywhere - perfectly golden, -Fluffy-, trace of cinammon, and literally melted in my mouth! wow! The side of sausages were very good, but they were cut in half so were slightly dry (the best breakfast sausages can be found at Christines on 1st ave or at 7A). PLUS, the fresh squeezed oj was pure and sweet, mmm mmm. i've dined in before there too, and had so-so table service, but today the person who took my order was pleasant as well as the delivery lady. two+ thumbs up!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2006
Very good place to try if you enjoy authentic Polish food. Service was of low quality...Had to go and get our own menus as well as bring our glasses up to the front counter to have them refilled. :( Lastly make sure your brush up on your Polish, ordering can become a little bit of an adventure.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2006
The food was excellent... dare i say, as good as babcia made! The service was not good... slow, cranky, and unattentive (just like babcia!). The prices were not only reasonable, but cheap (by nyc standards). This is honestly the best polish restaurant i have ever been to.