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Charming little eatery offers up a bevy of Polish staples - corpulent kielbasas, pillowy pierogies and a hearty goulash. The crispy chicken cutlet is worthy of "chef's specialty" status, while the red borscht will get some vegetables on the plate in this meat-lover's haven. Like the service, the apple strudel shines.
Neither the plain storefront (home of he former Warzawa), buried in the plaza at the juncture of Aloma ave and SR 436, nor the space shotgun interior indicates the wealth of stock inside; frozen homemade pierogi, fresh rye bread, Polish butter, and a dozen kinds of sausage.
Polonia is polish food at its best, including pierogis, kielbasas, stuffed cabbage, mouth-watering blintzes, reubens, red beet soup, babka and, of course, potato pancakes.
The little storefront deli, owned by a diminutive but gregarious Pole with a wisp of white hair, is a well-stocked Polish grocery store filled with delicacies; it's also a café, serving every permutation of boiled meat and cabbage imaginable. The braised pork short ribs are meltingly tender; when accompanied by mild Polish sauerkraut, they are true comfort food.
A special Varietease performance from Blue Star and Patrick Fatica
A pop up cabaret featuring John Didonna's entertainment troupe, Phantasmagoria
Three Southern ladies reunite in their family home to plan their father's funeral
1505 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 377-0400
Classified Phone: (407) 377-0415
Fax: (407) 377-0420
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