yummy polish food, outstanding restaurant, very cozy everything, rude service, equally delicious dishes, flavorful polka tea, bad experience
Perfectly Polish. The food and ambience remind me of my Polish grandparent's house. Energetic and friendly staff make this a really homey and welcoming place.
Hearty Polish fare with polish. Lovingly kitschy decor, tasty but salty versions of old favorites. Overall, food could use a bit more spice and less salt, but was nevertheless well executed. Pierogi are twice the size they should be, but delicious, especially the cabbage/mushroom. Their "polka tea" (hot tea with a touch of rum) was flavorful and welcome on a rainy afternoon. Did not try the pork cutlet, but it looked huge and yummy like a Wiener Schnitzel. Golabki were a bit bland, but the addition of chicken livers with onions on the menu made this girl's heart sing. Pork loin was fork-tender and sweet as only pork can be. Polka fills a nice gap in the otherwise dearth of Eastern European restaurants in LA. You might cook better at home if you're Polish, but if you're not, this food is a nice substitute for Mom's and definitely rib-sticking.
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