Polish plate is very big, you can try most topical things in this restaurant. My bf and me have plate and a soup, so big and enough for two. White borscht soup very good!! But cash only!
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I dont have much experience eating polish food but i can tell you that this place is AWESOME! Their peorgies are so fresh and hot, the pork chops are thin and cooked to perfection and the veal chop was perfect! loved the place. Wish we...More
Stopped at Lomzynianka for lunch after reading positive things on another site. It was a disappointment from start to finish. The food: we had two polish classics: the flaczki (tripe soup) followed by two types of pierogi - ruskie (cottage cheese and potatoes) and with...More
Small, local Polish place. Limited atmosphere, service is passable as one person runs the room, handles phone orders and pickups. Good value and solid, sturdy polish dishes. No credit card, so bring cash.
We met my cousins and aunt here for lunch. They could not, or did not want to, accommodate a party of 6 people. We had to sit 3 people at different tables. The restaurant was very, very small. The food was good, not the best...More
The place does not look like much from the outside but step inside and you'll find a cozy decor and some delicious polish homemade food. I went with 2 other people and we tried a number of soups and dishes including the Polish platter which...More
They have real crispy outside and juicy inside pork chops. soups are also impressive. you can try Polish platter for tasting if you have no idea how to order.
We had the address of this restaurant and were right in front of it but could not believe how small it is. We took a subway there and it is a short walk from the subway. It is a small, friendly restaurant in which the...More
Lomzniyanka is my go to place when I crave Polish food. The food tastes like home cooking. The Polish platter is a great sampler of stuffed cabbage, kielbasy, bigos & blintzes. Best part of the meal is the assortment of salads (warm cole slaw, beets,...More
In the mood for pierogis and stuffed cabbage wandered by on a Spring - like Saturday for lunch. Full up but the patrons are so nice and neighborly the finish up quickly when they see new hungry people arrive. So sweet! Chose the red borscht...More