Streamers are draped across the ceilings here, giving you the impression that it is always someone's birthday. It's quiet and comfortable inside though, an efficient and orderly meal awaits. Warm, feel-good food and brusk timely service, just what you expect for a good Polish meal in Greenpoint. The soups are all very good, with top honors going to the white borscht (above), which is served with a basket of bread, an amazingly cheap way to fill up.
The Polish platter ($8, above) is almost enough for two despite its price. It comes with three pierogies, kielbasa, stuffed cabbage, bigos, and mashed potatoes. We supplemented all of these tasty morsels with a side of beets ($2, below), which I would come to eat by itself if I lived nearby.