MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
Fans of traditional Polish cooking know to proceed to this Logan Square mainstay. If a stroll past nearby Kurowski’s Sausage Shop doesn’t put you in the mood for some meaty, belly-busting cuisine, then one step inside this old-world sanctum certainly will. Polish pilsners and lagers are poured at the bar and pair perfectly with the stuffed and slow-cooked plates sent out by this kitchen. Pierogies are a staple and are offered here with a variety of sweet and savory embellishments. Stuffed cabbage is a hearty delight with a meatless mushroom filling, and house specialties may include the light and tender griddled potato pancake that is folded over chunks of pork and bell pepper slices and braised in a tomato and sweet paprika sauce.