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NEW POLISH CAFE IN BRUNSWICK, MELBOURNE!- court jester cafe


Kombinezon 1 | 2
7 Jan 2010 #1
i just walked out of this new cafe in Brunswick. it is called 'Court Jester Cafe'. it is hidden amongst industrial Brunswick so it is a little hard to find but once you do, its well worth the hunt! they make some of the best pierogi i have ever had!!! the guy was telling me that they hand make them all on site with his grandmother and that they learned how to make them from his zeider who was a baker in poland. they were amazing! i also had his golabkis (stuffed cabbage rolls) which were insane!! really worth a visit if you live in the area. they are open cafe hours and i got their website which is courtjestercafe.com.au. happy eating!
mateinone 5 | 58
8 Jan 2010 #3
That is pretty awesome, it is about 50 meters from where my Polish mate and his mrs live. Will have to go and do brekky with them there sometime very soon
OP Kombinezon 1 | 2
9 Jan 2010 #4
i dont know who syrena is. but its definetly worth checking out. i bought these pickles they are selling there. they are from lithuania. really yum
King Sobieski 2 | 716
10 Jan 2010 #5
That is pretty awesome, it is about 50 meters from where my Polish mate and his mrs live. Will have to go and do brekky with them there sometime very soon

small world....im in thornbury.

whereabouts you from?

i dont know who syrena is. but its definetly worth checking out. i bought these pickles they are selling there. they are from lithuania. really yum

are you the owner or know the owner?
mateinone 5 | 58
10 Jan 2010 #6
I am in Ballarat these days, thought I used to live in Thornbury a fair few years ago, well and Preston and Brunswick and Fitzroy (I may have moved around a few times :P)

I get down to Melbourne once a month now days
Bzibzioh
10 Jan 2010 #7
new cafe in Brunswick. it is called 'Court Jester Cafe'.

Thank you for the info. My sister lives in Werribee so I'll tell her to check this new place out.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
10 Jan 2010 #8
i am quite fond of the north and would ideally like to live in thornbury, preston or even reservoir...but house prices have gone crazy.

My sister lives in Werribee so I'll tell her to check this new place out.

she is better off going to the albion club in scumshine, its closer and is more traditional polish food.
mateinone 5 | 58
10 Jan 2010 #9
I was going to ask how good the Sunshine one was.
My sister lives in Sunshine and it is only 45-50 minutes from where I am. I have been meaning to check that place out for a while. So it is recommended then I guess?
King Sobieski 2 | 716
11 Jan 2010 #10
So it is recommended then I guess?

ive only been once for my aunty's 70th birthday, but we didnt get to eat there.

i did get takeaway frozen pierogi....they were nice.
Syrena 7 | 73
16 Jan 2010 #11
Hi guys, i'm yet to go but i was having dinner with dave the owner recently and it sounds like all the food is made traditionally. dave is half polish, half ukrainian. Hey KS - should meet you there.. Dave says they do an awesome brekkie.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
19 Jan 2010 #12
Syrena

geez....brekkie.

what time does brekkie finish?

why dont they open late? i would get the family to go there for dinner one night if they were.
OP Kombinezon 1 | 2
20 Jan 2010 #13
nah im not the owner. i have met them a couple of times when i went there. nice guys

i think they do private night bookings. my cousin had his birthday there apparently and the guys let his band set up in the dining area
Syrena 7 | 73
29 Jan 2010 #14
why dont they open late? i would get the family to go there for dinner one night if they were.

Maybe i can ask - i do think you can book a private seating.. will check it out... geta bunch of us together.. bit of a family reunion scenario?!
King Sobieski 2 | 716
31 Jan 2010 #15
bit of a family reunion scenario?!

your dad and mine would drink them dry.

im not sure they would do a private dinner for 9 people.
chaotic
6 Feb 2011 #16
Apparently, Court Jester has closed down. Does anyone know why?

It seemed to be doing well. And with the two Sydney girls getting rave reviews for their barszcz on "My Kitchen Rules", I thought this would spark some interest in Polish cuisine amongst the inner city trendies.


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