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A Polish cup of tea
A Polish cup of teaIn addition to being a refreshing hot beverage, tea is a great warmer-upper highly recommended for outdoor activities during the colder months. It also settles an upset stomach - something that cannot be said about coffee. moreread more
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Pork stew – Polish style  (gulasz wieprzowy)
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Pork stew – Polish style (gulasz wieprzowy)
Another dish borrowed by the Poles which has become mainstream, traditional cuisine. The stew type meat dish is Hungarian in origin although the Polish version is not as spicy. Various vegetables, spices and a hint of beer make it a flavorful and delicious dish none the less. more
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Czerwone Jabluszko
6474 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60631
USA

Red apple is "all you can eat" buffet restaurant with a long tradition of serving great tasting traditional and contemporary Polish and international food. Our goal is to satisfy every kind of appetite. We know that even the best food shouldn't come at sky-high prices. That's why Red Apple is a budget minded restaurant where everyone can enjoy a great meal!

We are open 7 days a week.

Opening hours:
Sunday - Thursday: 11am - 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11am- 9:30pm
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Fils Polish Deli
34 Shunpike Rd.
Cromwell, CT 06416
USA

Welcome to Fils Polish Deli!

Fils Deli features a fine selection of imported Polish and European foods including made on the spot Pierogis and other home made dishes. We also offer a huge selection of canned goods like pickles, jams, saurkraut, juices, syrups, pastas, candies, cookies, chocolates, and a big selection of European cheeses from all over Europe.

Order our delicious Polish Pierogi, kielbasa, babka and more. Shipped directly from our kitchen to yours!
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ZIMNE NOGI
(ZHEEM-neh NAW-ghee)
Literally ‘cold feet’, this is the popular name for jellied pig’s and/or calf’s feet, a favorite cold dish. Also known as studzienina and galareta z nóżek. more