Time Out says
Established in 1985, Little Poland is one the last Eastern European holdouts in Manhattan’s East Village. This brick-and-tiled diner serves up hearty portions of Polish and American comfort cuisine. Although house specialties lean on the meaty side (kielbasa, stuffed cabbage, beef goulash), vegetarians won’t go hungry—the aptly named “very special pierogies” are generously stuffed with potato, sauerkraut and cheese. Very special indeed.