Me and my husband are both Polish so we were excited to check this place out! So after church we headed over there. Its located on Stocking on Grand Rapids West side. Years ago that part of town was predominately Polish. People who immigrated from Poland moved to that area since at the time it was the furniture capital of the world and offered plenty of work along with the railroads.
The restaurant is only opened for now on Sunday's from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. The food is authentically cooked Polish food which is made on site. With the exception of the kielbasa which is from Frank's Polish meat market on Fulton. And the pierogi's are not homemade which I can understand since they are so labor intensive to make (ask me how I know) LOL. They give you PLENTY of food, so make sure you are hungry. All the food was excellent!
Skinny Version: There is none, and that's o.k. for an authentically cooked Polish meal.
|Chrusciki a.k.a. Polish Angel Wings & Paczki , which are both homeade|
|City Chicken which was today's special|
|Chrusciki up close|