POLISH

Metro Milwaukee Dining Guide

Apr. 9, 2010
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Crocus

3577 S. 13th St.

Anyone in the mood for dill pickle soup should settle into this cozy dining space. Crocus serves up traditional Polish favorites in an equally traditional setting. Crocus is a good bet for pierogis, or steamed, meat-filled dumplings and Krokiety, or stuffed crepes. The potato pancakes rival any German counterpart. (J.D.) $-$$. CC: MC, VS, AmEx. FF. FB. 643-6383

Polonez Restaurant

4016 S. Packard Ave.

Polonez’s menu retains its hearty, homey feel. Stuffed cabbage and pierogis are tasty, filling fare and Fridays have a fish fry with fine potato pancakes. Daily specials include ever-so-tender beef roll-ups. Top it all off with a bottle of Polish beer. (J.B.) $$. CC: MC, VS. SB, FF, FB. Handicap access. 482-0080

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