November 7, 2000
This is one great place! For lunch, the choices are almost endless: several types of dumplings: with cheese, potatoes, meat or sauerkraut; cabbage rolls, roasted duck with apples, several types of sausage, pork chops... everything you'd expect from a Polish restaurant.
I don't remember exactly the buffet price, but it's definitely under $10 per person, probably closer to $6 or $7. For an extra buck you can get the rotating soup of the day. They also serve a variety of Polish beers (Zywiec and Okocim among others), and have rather delicious cheesecakes for dessert.
Restaurant is simply decorated, and does have a bar if you need something stronger to wash down those sausages. You can read up more about it from their
web-site which comes in English and Polish.
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