This is a nice, hidden spot right on Borges near the corner of Paraguay. It is a Polish club, that has a beautiful courtyard and a nice restaurant. I haven´t eaten much Polish food, so I can´t say how authentic then menu or food is, but it was certainly tasty. There serve lots of perogies, goulash, various sausages, and a selection of crepes, among many other items.
The restaurant has lots of pink – pink walls and tablecloths, and it actually works well, other than the white ceiling, which seems to clash with the rest. We ordered some perogies stuffed with cheese and potatoes, and meatballs wrapped in cabbage and covered in a tomato sauce. Both were surprisingly tasty. The perogies were slightly bland at first, but the flavors strengthened as you at more. The meatballs were delicious, very flavorful.
Service was also excellent. Always quick and friendly, and ready to recommend whenever we wanted help. I felt the prices were a little high for what you were getting. Portions were medium sized, enough to fill you up, but certainly not for two, and I believe the bill came out to about $130 pesos, for the two main courses, and a half bottle of wine. However, it was a very pleasant meal, and in the summer, the courtyard would be a great spot for a meal.
Bottom Line: Tasty polish food with a nice ambience.
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La Casa Polaca
Jorge Luis Borges 2076 – Palermo Soho
Tel: 4899 0514 / 4777 6683
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