Traditional Polish and eastern European Style cuisine.
Simple homestyle classics made with Grandma's recipes and love.
Soups, Pierogie, Cabbage rolls, Schnitzel, Paprikash, Goulash, Roast duck........ the list goes on
Café Polonez is one of the final Polish strongholds left in Roncesvalles and a restaurant I always find myself coming back to. If I weren't Asian, I reckon I would be Polish. Beets, celeriac, poppy seed and cabbage are almost second nature to me. Even my most beloved Asian juicy pork dumplings, could be easily substituted for the quintessential pierogi.After a lovely morning stroll around the... more
Our server was one of the friendliest servers I've ever had, and she really wanted my friend and I to have an authentic Polish dining experience - perfect! I wanted to try Polish beer, so she gave me a brief overview of the beers. After choosing Tyskie, she promptly brought the pilsner. I liked its refreshing, citrus flavour. She said it's common to mix it with raspberry syrup, and highly... more
This restaurant is absolutely amazing! From the cute interior to the most adorable server ever (Joanna), to food that only is rivaled by my grandmother... (Sorry mom!!) Every bit of my experience was absolutely PERFECT! I seldom give a perfect score to ANYTHING... But this one is well deserved.
Tip: Order the Dinner for 2 for the most amazing value! Everything on one plate that makes you miss... more
Come here on an empty stomach. This place will leave you in a food coma. The polish platter for one can easily feed two people. Loved the schnitzel can't wait to return!
In the neighbourhood of Parkdale, this Polish diner offers up Eastern European meals at reasonable prices. Items on the menu include goulash, beef tripe, sautéed mushrooms on Polonez schnitzel, coleslaw, sauerkraut, shredded beet and Hunter’s stew. Café Polonez also offers imported beer straight from Poland, including Okocim and Zywiec, at $4.50 a bottle, and homemade dessert dishes. The diner... more