MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
Krolewskie Jadlo (or "King’s feast" in Polish) sits in a Greenpoint enclave still known for its vibrant Polish population. Although the size of this community has decreased through the years, the area still thrives with a distinct and authentic Eastern European soul. The room is pleasant and routinely packed with crowds of friends and families speaking in their native Polish. Groups take advantage of shared platters, like the koryto for four, which is a delicious and inexpensive way to sample some of the restaurant's most popular items. The Polish plate brings all one could hope for in hearty old-world cooking, from pan-fried potato pierogies to links of smoky kielbasa. But this kitchen is also known for its desserts, so plan to end with a sweet treat.