One response to “A Touch of Poland at Villa Tatra”

  1. Lorenzo

    Surprised at your experience, as I grew up in a Polish community and never had pierogi with a tomato sauce. Typically it was pan fried and delicious.

    We recently had lunch at Villa Tatra and it wasVG. Service was very very slow. Surprising as the restaurant was not very busy. Hard to imagine how they handle a busy night.

    The kielbasa is possibly the best I have ever had. My wife, who doesn’t like sausages, liked it.

    I agree with you on schnitzell..thin, hot, and I like it with a fried egg and anchovies and capers (wiener schnitzell ala Holstein)

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