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KARCZMA polish restaurant in greenpoint


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KARCZMA polish restaurant in greenpoint

mrnyc | Jul 24, 2009 08:00 PM

anybody been here? it's in the heart of greenpoint on greenpoint ave near manhattan ave. KARCZMA opened in 2007. it has a friendly staff and a cute rustic atmosphere. the food is solid classic polish standards. i stopped in for a late lunch and had tripe soup, asparagus wrapped in polish ham, potato/onion pierogies and some cranberry juice to drink.

everything was delicious. the tripe soup was very tender and i really liked the polish ham on the asparagus. haven't had polish ham in a long time, i forgot how good it is. i had the pierogies boiled and they were just fine too. the only dud was the cranberry juice, which was eh because it had a tinny canned taste. oh well.

overall the place is definately worth checking out. i'd like to try more on that menu.

ps -- you can see my chow pictures below.

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