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great old country food and the staff was very helpful as we were not very well versed in that type of food...the store next door had us taking home a few pounds of sausage as well!!
Disappointed......re-heated food..........not the greatest of the Twin Cities Trip[le D Tour 2012!
Stopped by for lunch on my recent Twin Cities DDD roadtrip. Was good, but not as good as was expecting. I had the sampler platter, with cabbage roll saurkraut, veraniky and sausage. The Polish sausage I had was amazing, but the rest was good, but not great.
Celebrated my 49th birthday here, best food ever! Coming back asap
Go to the deli in the store and get yourself some Polish sausage and Krakowska to take home. You will thank yourself so much. As for the restaurant, it's awesome. I still think my Babka's pierogi are the best, but Kramarczuck's is a close second. Yum!
we go all the time. like seriously - 2 times a month and we just love their authentic food and sausages. LOVE IT! :) definitely check it out if you haven't before.
This is an Eastern European deli/market/bakery/meat shop all in one place. Excellent authentic food. Famous in the Twin Cities for ethnic food. I come from a family of polls and slovaks and their cabbage rolls taste exactly like my grandmas. Thankfully I learned the recipe before she passed. But if I need a fix without all the work, I can go to Kramarczuck's and get it. The day before a holiday, the store is packed with eastern Europeans getting their family favorites to celebrate Easter/Christmas etc. The polish sausage is a must (I even give them as gifts occasionally). The sourdough rye breads are great. Awesome kraut (just make sure to get the stuff from the deli and not the jarred stuff by the meats).
Excellent, fresh, and reasonable.
Well i was excited to go here because 1. it was finally something close and 2. it said polish sausage. I been dying for polish sausage since moving up here. So we drove 48 min with kids in tow knowing full well we were going to have to stop at mcD's on the way home cuz they won't eat anything there. I was confused on what we are suppose to do when we got there. It was so loud in there that you can barely hear the people behind the counter. i was thinking it was a resturant but it wasn't more like a cafeteria style. you grab a tray and stand in line and wait for a service person to help you. the food isn't made fresh it is made that day but sitting in trays where they then will reheat it when you order. I got the polish sausage and saurkraut and my husband got a sandwich and we shared Verenkeys. the potato Verenkey were good. though my husband likes his fried. he said the meat one was bland. His sandwich wasn't outstanding but just a sandwich and not worth what we paid. My polish Sausage and kraut was a disappointment. i was expecting true Sausage but what i got was a bowl of kraut with 1 kielbasa link cut up. it wasn't even cooked together and teh kielbasa had a weird flavor. i was hoping for actual authentic sausage. (they are similar to a brat.) so yeah $7 for a meal that was mostly kraut. it was really busy there but i am not sure if it is cuz of the food or that Guy was there. if in the area i would suggest Panera or chipotle or the pizza place across the street smell devine.