At this site for over a decade, this restauracja polska continues to draw throngs of enthusiastic returnees for its abundant offerings and low prices. The interior is composed of brick-and-stone walls, hanging lamps, and wood refractory tables and pews salvaged from an old convent. Roast wild boar has long been featured, along with bigo -- a cabbage and meat stew -- and pirogis -- dumplings stuffed with meat and cheese -- as to be expected in a Polish restaurant. Filling options and sides to these include potato pancakes and borscht with sour cream. A jolly tone prevails, with animated patrons and such menu admonitions as "anything tastes better with wodka, even wodka." An upright piano is played every night but Monday.
- © Frommer's 2013