If you’re still living at your mama’s house for her home-cooked meals, then this tiny, family-run Polish hideaway is for you. Navigate your way through gargantuan plates of crispy fried potato pancakes, soft potato dumplings and pierogi, all of which are made more incredible when slathered with sour cream. (What isn’t?) Pork and veal dishes rule the dinner menu, but don’t miss the shaved beet salad or crêpes topped with powdered sugar. With the TV blaring and family feuds in the kitchen, you’ll feel right at home.
|Venue name:||Andrzej Grill||Contact:|
1022 N Western Ave
|Cross street:||between Augusta Blvd and Cortez St|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner (closed Sun)|
|Transport:||Bus: 49, 66, 70.|
|Price:||Average main course: $11|