Lomzynianka: "Fine Polish Restaurant in Greenpoint" Lomzynianka Tip by travelfrosch
Lomzynianka, New York City: 1 reviews and 5 photos
Update: The signature "Polish Platter" now sells for $13.75, more than double what it cost when I first visited here in 2008.
There is a Polish restaurant in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn that offers tasty and authentic Polish cuisine. OK, while I can't personally vouch for the authenticity of the place, I will say almost everybody else in the place was speaking Polish, so that has to be something of a testimonial.
Favorite Dish: I especially like the potato pancakes, the Pierogi, and the chicken cutlet (but not at the same time, of course!). Sara likes the stuffed chicken cutlet--it sort of looks like chicken cordon bleu, except it's filled with diced mushrooms instead of ham and cheese.
Alcohol is not served, though you're welcome to bring your own. I'm usually happy with water or ginger ale, though most of the Poles seem to like the Polish herbal tea. Sara is fond of the variety of fruit juices, especially the blackcurrant juice. Traditional Polish soft drinks (lemon and orange) are also available.
Address: 646 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn NY 11222
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Take the subway G Line to Nassau Avenue. The restaurant is between Nassau Avenue and Norman Avenue.
Phone: +1 718 389-9439
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