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“Greasy”
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Babushka's
Cuisines: Polish
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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Order the chicken soup then leave. The soup was very good, but the allegedly trademark dish, pierogies, was greasy and heavy. The accompanying noodles and cabbage was oily and did not taste fresh.

Thank euro727
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Reviewed 22 September 2012

If you want Polish food, this is it. The restaurant is not much to look at from the outside. The inside is bright florescent lighting, cheap tableware that comes in a plastic basket with a paper napkin. The ambiance.. there is none. The place is well worn.

But... the food is worth it. My wife & I shared the Hunter's Feast. Pirogi, stuffed cabbage, sauerkraut was the best and the pork melted in your mouth. The Kielbasa was homemade and delicious. This platter came with two sides. We had applesauce... the chunky old style with some cinnamon and the noodles. The cabbage was amazing. We did get one piece of rye bread and while it looked lonely on the plate... well.. this is real rye bread. All of this, more than the two of us could eat.. less than $20.

The place was packed and, many people were there for take out.

We would return for food,, no doubt. Don't wear your tux.. LOL.

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