The restaurant has been around for many years delivering the same high quality homemade style polish dishes. Pierogi's are superb.
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Last night myself and 3 others came to this restaurant at 7:25 pm. We we told by a older female waitress that they were out of most specials and since they were closing in 35 minutes she would not seat us. This was extremely disappointing since we were first time visitors to the city of Wyandotte and this restaurant. I... More
There food is damn good. Very clean and tasty food...Service was very timely and friendly.... Parking lot is close to building...
We enjoyed our dinner here in the summer. How great the food was and the service was swift and polite. This restaurant was clean and neat. Décor was appropriate for this venue.
This was our first trip to Polonus and we were quite pleased with the offerings on the menu and then the quality of the food when it was served. I selected an item called "City (2) Cabbage (1)" and my wife had two sides , pierogis and potato pancakes. My dinner consisted of one stuffed cabbage and 2 pieces of... More
Lots of Polish dishes to choose from. I had the 1 stuffed cabbage and 2 pierogi lunch entree. I ordered the beets and the polish dumplings(like gnocchi) with the meal. No salad or soup came with the entree which was about $10. The stuffed cabbage was good but not to big - beef and rice - with tomato sauce. Tasty.... More
Not the splashiest place around, but a place that you can find good authentic Polish food. The peroigies and potato pancakes were delicious. So was the kielbasa and kraut.
Love their food, such a great variety of polish entrees. The pickle & mushroom soup is awesome. If you choose the dumplings as a side, they are better fried. So they're pricey and they don't have a pierogi dinner (everyone always wants that). But I doubt the very uninvolved owner would ever make a change. There's usually one older waitress... More
I love this restaurant because it has authentic Polish food. If you have Polish blood running through your veins or just want to try something new, this is a place to go.
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