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Polka Polish Restaurant
Posted by Barbie on 2013-09-09
I just love this place. It's like being back in Poland again ...a small, charming and very clean restaurant. Service was excellent, the food was the best and you got the most generous servings. Loved everything on the menu and will come back to try all
Posted by ROBERTO V on 2013-07-03
Its a small place and the wait is not as bad as Mike A says.
We have been very happy with the place. Food is very good and the way they serve you is excellent. You go to the Polka to relax and enjoy a glass of wine. Or two and good conversation.
Posted by Monica Nelson on 2013-01-17
Great memories taking my daughter when she was little to experience Polish cuisine (her great grandpa Buchakâs heritage). Her father lived in Eagle Rock at the time, and this was such a warm friendly restaurant to visit. Hope Andrew & Kasia are doing we
Posted by jheise128 on 2010-05-12
Stumbled upon this place years ago when we lived in the area. Once you get used to the colorful decorations and how truly tiny it is, it can grow on you. My favorite dish-the pot roast-is no longer on the menu, but the goulash is pretty close, and the p
Posted by Diana B on 2010-04-26
After watching Huell Howser visit this wonderful Polish restaurant, I could almost smell the food thru the t.v. Once there, wasn't dissapointed at all. The soup and salad, excellent, the main course we chose was wonderful. The Polka is very small, ch
Posted by Eugene F. on 2010-02-18
I am working near by in Glendale and always looking for new, not food chain, not "Americanized" , authentic places.
The Polka is one of those.
The food is like my grandma did. I really missed this taste and atmosphere. It is not one of fancy-shmancy p
Posted by Cate on 2010-01-22
tasty, tasty, tasty...
Posted by Bob Moore on 2009-11-17
POLKA is teriffic. It's small and very popular, so make a reservation. You may still (or may not) wait a very few minutes, so calm down. It's easy to imagine that you're in the real deal in Poland. The decor furthers that impression, and the clear plastic