This spot’s tagline, “Probably the best Polish food in Chicago,” may be selling itself short. This is some excellent Polski grub, in all its potato-heavy, comfort-food glory. Skip perplexing options like southwest egg rolls and head straight for soft cheese and potato pierogi sprinkled with crunchy bacon or bright borscht, served in a mug alongside a Polish croquette (essentially an egg roll stuffed with shredded pork). Cut into the devollay, a tube of crispy breaded chicken, and a stick’s worth of garlic butter oozes out, soaking the potato dumplings surrounding it. Enjoy now, work it off later.
6714 W Belmont Ave
|Cross street:||between Rutherford and Normandy Aves|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner (closed Mon)|
|Transport:||Bus info: 77|
|Price:||Average main course: $17|
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