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This Kips Bay restaurant with a whimsical name specializes in the Polish delicacy pasztecik szczecinski: a deep-fried yeast dough stuffed with savory fillings. It comes from Szczecin, Poland, and the restaurant uses the same machines and recipes as the bakers in the old country. Try them filled with beef and onions, cabbage and mushrooms, cheese and mushrooms or spicy chicken (one for $3.99, three or more for $3.75 each). Order some hot beet soup ($3.50) to go with your pasztecik, or opt for other authentic Eastern European dishes like boiled or fried pierogis (eight for $8.99) or potato pancakes (three for $3.95). For dessert, you might want to try the sweet pasztecik filled with fresh fruit and topped with whipped cream ($3.99) or pierogis stuffed with strawberries or blueberries and served with sour cream (seven for $9.99).
221 E 23rd Street - between 2nd Ave & 3rd
|Transport:||Subway: 4,5,6 & NQWR trains to 23rd street|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11a-10p; Sun noon-9p|
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