Nestled between a church and an army recruitment centre, the restaurant in the Polish White Eagle Club is an unusual spot. Wind your way through the bar of the dilapidated club and you’ll reach a dark dining room that resembles a church recreation room: all metal chairs, paper tablecloths and napkins, mirrors and sponge-painted walls.
Polish dishes dominate the menu, with chicken devaloy stuffed with butter and cheese, traditional tripe soup, dumplings, potato pancakes and sour, tangy soup served in a bread bowl filled with boiled eggs, kielbasa and carrots. Greek salads, Russian-style pierogi dumplings and platters of Baltic herring also feature.
|Venue name:||Polish White Eagle Club||Contact:|
211 Balham High Road
|Opening hours:||Bar Open 6-11pm Mon-Thur; 6pm-2am Fri; noon-2am Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Restaurant Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Fri. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Thur; 6-11pm Fri. Meals served noon-11pm Sat; noon-10pm Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Tooting Bec tube/Balham tube/rail/49, 155, 181, 319 bus|
|Price:||Main courses £6-95-£11.95. Set lunch (Mon-Sat) £7 2 courses. Set dinner £9.90 2 courses.|
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