How can you not LOVE a place that keeps it real and I do mean the real deal as the family came here from Warsaw Poland in the late 90's cooking you the very best authentic Polish meals in and around our great state. Now you can get these super Polish outside Ham Town right in downtown Melvindale just a few hundred yards off I-94 which is easy to access from anywhere
Polish soups made fresh along with the breads everyday,,,Dill Pickle be my favorite and the super loaded Farmer's cheese Perogi's along with Stuffed Cabbage and City Chicken will always keep you coming back for more I tell you. The Polish combo plate is over loaded with fresh Kielbasa, Pierogi's, Stuffed Cabbage, Meatball's, mashed Potato's and Corn along with fresh daily baked rolls and bread from there very own kitchen.
Two great items on the menu are the unique Polish sandwich called the Zapiekani serve open face loaded with ham,kielbasa,sauteed onions, mushrooms and Swiss cheese, to me one of the very best sandwiches I've ever had. The other super delicious goodies in the Farmers Cheese Nalesniki's which I have topped with with applesauce and sour cream and dusted with Powered Sugar,,,can you just say out of this world YUMMY
The most spotless clean eating spot in the area along with fast friendly service always with a smile will make this a most enjoyable eating experience. The reviews on many site off the chart at 100 percent satisfaction and they don't place ads or have a Facebook all word of mouth with keeps this place packed with customers most of the time. Now get on down or across town to try this well known eating spot which will put a smile on yo face and in your tummy.http://www.sabinaspolishrestaurant.com/
3840 Oakwood Melvindale, MI 48122
If you haven't been to Sabina's, you don't know what you are missing. Authentic Polish food, large portions, EVERYTHING homemade. All of their breads, rolls, cakes, desserts are homemade as well as everything on the menu.
In one word, "Yum"
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