Polish Village Cafe in Hamtramck, MI

Polish Village Cafe

 August 26, 2011  7 Comments  24213 views





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2990 Yemans Street Hamtramck, MI 48212


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    Friday, August 26, 2011
    Moved from downstate to northern mi many years ago....ANTTIME I am in the area, I do not miss it! PLUS I ALWAYS make certain to BE IN THE AREA for holiday shopping.....best food ever!!........make certain my bro has a gift certificate for his birthday too!
  2. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    Rating is a 10! The stuffed cabbage are to die for. They taste like they just came out of Grandma's roaster. The dill pickle soup was fabulous. Little disapointed about the perogies. NO butter or onions but served with sour cream. FYI, CASH OR CHECK ONLY. NO credit cards but there is an ATM at the restuarant. Highly reccomended!
  3. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    Guest, it's a rathskeller,duh.
  4. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    Guest, it's a rathskeller,duh.
  5. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    I've been going here since I was a kid. The food is delish and authentic Polish. I no longer live in Michigan but every time I go home I make it a point to go eat here at least once. The beet soup is my favorite!!
  6. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    My daughter and I visited last month because we love perogies and saw the DDD episode.  This really is a local hot spot.  It is in a residential neighbourhood with street parking.  We got there early, 4:30ish and it was busy.  After 5:00 there was a steady stream of sit down customers as well as take out patrons.  The staff were friendly and very accomodating.  FYI.  They only take cash.  My daughter ordered cheese and potato perogies and schnizel.  It was delicious.  The perogies were soft and full of flavour.  I could not decide so I ordered the Polish Plate.  Filled with mashed potato/gravy, saurerkraut, cabbage roll, perogie and kielbassa.  Home style Polish food.  Authentic and fresh.   I asked if they had anything sweet and our server said if I could wait for 10 minutes they would whip up some fresh fruit perogies.  Yum!  I ordered a split order..3 strawberry and 3 blueberry.  Absolutely melt in your mouth goodness.  Sugary, fruity, starchy.  The only downside to our experience was that the restaurant is in a basement.  Quite dark and a bit tacky.  But it did not take away from the friendly, cozy atmosphere.  Would definately go back if I was in Detroit again.  Cheers.
  7. Anonymous
    Friday, August 26, 2011
    Just like home cooking


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