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Where do you go for Polish food?


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Where do you go for Polish food?

Mawrter | Feb 17, 2007 08:40 AM

I'm really disappointed that Kyj's closed their bakery in the Springfield shopping center. Sure they're Ulranian, but my Polish family grew up eating their babka and pierogi.

* I think the bagel/pierogi place in the Booth's Corners farmer's market is pretty so-so.

* I ate in the center city Polish place years ago and liked it, but not enough to merit a special trip.

* I know there's place - Maria's? - in Grays Ferry or someplace off 95 in North-ish Philly, but I haven't been.

* I _adore_ Czerw's (kielbasy place) - I've been going since I was a kid, but usually now I only go for Easter. It's really a haul from the western suburbs.

Czerw's Kielbasy* 3370 Tilton Street * Philadelphia, PA 19134 * 215-423-1707

Is that pretty much all there is? Any other suggestions? Starting to think I have to learn to cook Polish if I want some, huh? I wonder if there's anyplace in Manayunk/Roxboro, or Bridgeport or Conshohocken? Seems to me there are enough Polish neighboorhoods that there really should be.

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