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Polish restaurants, clubs, in Melbourne


wilko 1 | 1
5 Aug 2010  #1
I will be making a short trip to Melbourne, Australia, very soon. I would appreciate any information about Polish restaurants, delis, clubs or stores where Polish products can be purchased. The Internet was not very helpful. Many thanks.

Bilko
pgtx 29 | 3,160
5 Aug 2010  #2
are you Polish?

why don't you wanna try different cuisine then Polish?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,389
5 Aug 2010  #3
The Internet was not very helpful.

just write melbourne in the forum search box and press search
OP wilko 1 | 1
5 Aug 2010  #4
Thank you Wroclaw.

I have found most of those listed in the "Melbourne" blog on the internet. But are these the only ones in Melbourne??

Wilko
King Sobieski 2 | 716
9 Aug 2010  #5
i dont know why my other post was deleted but let us know what you found.
szczeciniak 4 | 92
19 Oct 2010  #6
i have gone to the one in elsternwick, its call "after tiers" , it has got polish menu, but nothing
tasted like polish food!. my wive had pierogi and she could not eat it!!!
only polish vodka tested polish! lol.

never again she sad. so we continue going to polish club in albion for pierogi, bigos and schabowy with garaletka, (mniam mniam)
RD1 - | 3
19 Oct 2010  #7
Borsch, Vodka, Tears is a good Polish restaurant in Melbourne.

borschvodkaandtears.com
szczeciniak 4 | 92
20 Oct 2010  #8
Borsch, Vodka, Tears is a good Polish restaurant in Melbourne.

yes , that is a quality restaurant (good food and drinks mostly polish)
how many stars would give ? (out of five)?
King Sobieski 2 | 716
22 Oct 2010  #9
yes , that is a quality restaurant (good food and drinks mostly polish)

after the tears is the sister restaurant of b,v&t.

you're best going to rowville, sunshine or dandenong to a polish club.
szczeciniak 4 | 92
22 Oct 2010  #10
after the tears is the sister restaurant of b,v&t.

would that be because of the same owners?
after the tears!! absolutely no! to recommendations!!

I and my wive love to go to prahram (on the steps) so b,v&t is are favorite with recomm!!
sunshine/albion is are second! but only becouse of the travel distance .
King Sobieski 2 | 716
25 Oct 2010  #11
would that be because of the same owners?
after the tears!! absolutely no! to recommendations!!

yep same owners, after the tears is only 1-2 years old.

i wasnt too fussed on b,v&t when i went.

may have to try and swindle some frozen pierogi at the polish festival in 2-3 weeks.
szczeciniak 4 | 92
17 Nov 2010  #12
and there is beer deluxe after 5pm.
that is nice:-)))
cos nowego w tym roku????(beer deluxe)?
King Sobieski 2 | 716
18 Nov 2010  #13
disclaimer: polish festival after party at beer deluxe for this sunday only.

not sure what you wrote in polish.

just remember to take loads of cash to beer deluxe, very $$$$$'s.
Alush.
20 Jun 2016  #14
Merged: White Eagle Polish club - Turner, Canberra

A polish hipster in Canberra does everything, all organic and just like babcia makes it.
Pierogi & Pivo on a Wednesday night is the bomb.
TheOther 5 | 3,567
20 Jun 2016  #15
hipster in Canberra

That's mutually exclusive. LOL!


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