Time Out says
For Polish cuisine and comfort food favorites, look no further than Teresa’s in Brooklyn Heights. This restaurant serves up traditional Eastern European fare alongside diner staples like omelets, burgers and pancakes. You can order a veritable buffet of Old World favorites like pierogis (four for $5.50, seven for $8.50), cheese blintzes with blueberries ($9.95), broiled kielbasa ($11.50), stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce ($11.95), goulash ($14.95) and borscht ($4). Glasses of the house red or white wine go for just $5, as do most imported beers—domestic suds come in a touch lower, at $4.50. With a menu this extensive, you’re sure to be able to find something that tickles your fancy.
80 Montague St
|Cross street:||between Hicks St and Montague Terr|
|Transport:||Subway: M, R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall|
|Price:||Average main course: $10. DC, Disc, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am–11pm|
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Yummy home-away-from-home food, in a warm family owned establishment. Their popular chicken soup has soothed every cold in the neighborhood over these many years. Relaxed vibe and good prices make this the local standard: "I'll meet you at Teresa's".
Teresa's is a great Polish restaurant that has been in the neighborhood forever. They offer an extensive menu, which is reasonably priced. For the most part, the staff is very friendly. Good service
If you want comfort food, go to Teresa's. It's good, Polish home cooking. I've never had a bad meal in Teresa's.