[yiddish] To eat like an animal, i.e., quickly, noisily, and in great quantity.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Little Poland: food of our motherland

I think they serve honest food here. I am a big borscht fan and I enjoy theirs even though they don't offer a version with meat. The combo platter is a beautiful thing. The bigos and stuffed cabbage are delicious! And it comes with your choice of 4 pierogi and some keilbasa. I don't think I could ever finish that bad boy by myself. The kompot fruit drink was pretty odd, but I kinda liked it. This is not a high class establishment, but it has no pretensions about it and thats what I like. I definitely want to take advantage of the byo policy soon.

200 2nd Avenue


  1. Go to Neptune - decent cheap polish (& diner) food with a secret, magical beer garden. Polish beer is great and so cheap there. It is one of the last hidden gem's in manhattan. Don't tell any a$$holes..let them go to Brooklyn.

  2. Thanks for the suggestion, I will have to check it out!