Restaurants , Contemporary European Brooklyn Heights
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Although the setting is generic (bland wood paneling, black-clad waitresses, Top 40 radio), the first taste of tender beef goulash, succulent pierogi, fat kielbasa or meat-and-vegetable-crammed cabbage will transport you to Poland faster than you can say, Piwo, prosze! (Beer, please!) Broiled chicken livers are better than you'd think—and the mountainous portion will easily feed you and a friend the following day. Don’t put down your fork until you’ve tried the burrito-size, fruit-stuffed blintzes. And when the (very affordable) check arrives, you’ll promise to polka your way back here again.
Venue name: Teresa’s
Address: 80 Montague St
Cross street: between Hicks St and Montague Terr
Opening hours: Daily 7am–11pm
Transport: Subway: M, R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall
Price: Average main course: $10. DC, Disc, MC, V
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ej b

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

Mary W

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.