Wednesday, April 4, 2012

POLISH

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Crocus
3577 S. 13th St.

The dining room is full of ethnic charm. While the menu has such unusual items as czarnina and trip soup, most items are very accessible, including the beef roll-ups. The soups taste homemade. The pierogis (filled fried dumplings) are always good and the stuffed cabbage is traditional Polish home fare. Don't miss the perch with potato pancakes on Friday. (J.B.) $$. CC. FB. FF. Handicap access. 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. Try the Saturday night all-you-can-eat polka buffet. (J.B.) $$. CC. SB, FF, FB. RS. Handicap access. 482-0080