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I am looking for Polish restuarants in South Australia


pudzianowski 2 | 2
13 Aug 2008  #1
Czesz everyone,

My Polish wife and i live in Adelaide and have been searching for ages trying to find ANY Polish restuarants. If anyone knows any restuarants not matter how far (not interstate!!) we would be so greatful.

Thanks in advance
King Sobieski 2 | 716
13 Aug 2008  #2
i will ask my mom and see if she can help...she has close friends in SA.
OP pudzianowski 2 | 2
13 Aug 2008  #3
wow that was a fast reply!

Thanks heaps
King Sobieski 2 | 716
13 Aug 2008  #4
i cant promise the response will be as quick...
davidpeake 14 | 451
14 Aug 2008  #5
try this link, has a contact you maybe able to call for info

uk.holidaysguide.yahoo/p-travelguide-84111-action-describe-dozynki_polish_festival_adelaide-i
King Sobieski 2 | 716
17 Aug 2008  #6
the only thing my mum could point out was the polish club. i am sure if you did a google search it should come up.

sorry couldnt be of more help, if you happen to come to melbourne thenlet me know as there is 1-3 restaurants plus 2 polish clubs.
OP pudzianowski 2 | 2
18 Aug 2008  #7
thanks heaps for having a look for us, i had a bad feeling there wouldn't be any here! Thanks again
King Sobieski 2 | 716
18 Aug 2008  #8
there is always the polish club in adelaide that would serve polish food and drink.
anka what - | 16
7 Sep 2008  #9
go German instead. NO chance for Polish.. and even better > run for your life and leave that place ASAP!!! trust me... lol

yes, polish club in Adelaide, seving German Kilelbasa for over 55 Y.O only
King Sobieski 2 | 716
7 Sep 2008  #10
yes, polish club in Adelaide, seving German Kilelbasa for over 55 Y.O only

i suppose the melbourne polish clubs are the same??
artist - | 1
29 Sep 2008  #11
DZIEN DOBRY !
HERE'S THE PROBLEM...THIS IS ADELAIDE-AND WE'RE A BIT BEHIND HERE IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN...LOOK...THERE ARE A FEW CLUBS AROUND EG. DOM KOPERNIKA, MILENIUM, POLONIA,DOM POLSKI BUT THE PROBLEM IS THAT REALLY THEY'RE HANG OUTS FOR THE 70+. I'M ASSUMING YOU'RE YOUNG AND IF YOU ARE THEN THESE WOULD BE A WASTE. DOM POLSKI WOULD BE THE BEST OUT OF ALL OF THEM. IT'S ON ANGAS ST IN THE CITY. THEY MAINLY CATER FOR FUNCTIONS BUT I'M PRETTY SURE THEY DO LUNCH/DINNER ON WEEKENDS. THEY HAVE NEW YEARS PARTIES AND CHRISTMAS 'WIGILIA' AS WELL. IT'S A SHAME THAT THERE'S NO RESTAURANTS. I'D LOVE TO TAKE MY HUSBAND TO A POLISH RESTAURANT.

HOPE THIS HELPS !
Guest
23 Dec 2008  #12
hi im on holidays at SA in adelaide does anyone knows if there is some shops which selling polish food?
Guest
31 Dec 2008  #13
There is a new Polish Restaurant opening tomorrow (2/1/2009) it is called Knajpa, address is 266 Tapleys Hill Road, Seaton, telephone 84458158.
Guest
7 Jan 2009  #14
Krakus Continental in Mawson Lakes has got a lot of polish food.

Enjoy
Guest
10 Jan 2009  #15
There is a new Polish Restaurant opening tomorrow (2/1/2009) it is called Knajpa, address is 266 Tapleys Hill Road, Seaton, telephone 84458158.

Sorry the address is 246 it was wrong in the newspaper advertisement.
KNAJPA - | 2
15 Jan 2009  #16
Halo,
I can help you find KNAJPA Polish Restaurant in Adelaide. This is an address:

226 Tapleys Hill Rd, Seaton 5023 SA
Booking/ Ph: 08/ 8445 8158

If you like more info about it, just let me know.

Mac
Guest
16 Jan 2009  #17
Krakus doesnt have very gd food. Try Standom Smallgoods although they have a wide variety of food they arent a restraunt though as arent Krakus. Standoms sells alot of Polish food and you could possibly have it at your own home. Krakus also stores some of standoms products.
Guest
28 Jan 2009  #18
I've been yesterday in new polish restaurant on Tapleys Hill Rd which is called KNAJPA and ... I have to say, I am very happy and surprised. Honestly, I may recommend you this restaurant. There is very good food, old stylish place, the prices are not so high ... maybe the location is not excellent, but I will be a frequent guest there in the near future. Schabowy - rewelka !!! :)))
Guest
29 Jan 2009  #19
You loser of course its good food. Just smile and you'll get a good bit of saussage and some ice cream on your apple pie.
lretep
31 Mar 2009  #20
Hi Everyone,
Dom Polski Centre, 230 Angas St, in Adelaide
offers delicious but inexpensive lunches every Sunday at 12.30
Cost $18 (kids less) with a prior booking on 82233884 (10am-4pm weekdays)
W/o booking it is $2 extra.
See you there
Peter
Guest
29 Apr 2009  #21
Stay away from Knajpa. They take 2.5 hours to serve the first meal for a table of 4 and then you have to wait another 20 mins for the last person to receive their food. And if you like burnt food - KNAJPA is the way to go! It's expensive and extremely disappointing.
KNAJPA - | 2
4 Jun 2009  #22
Yes, Knajpa is too expesive but only for some kind of people...
Everybody can check the prices before visit KNAJPA.
Just visit knajpa.com.au for menu and booking.

You can also read some oppinion from person with the name...
see link (copy and paste):
adelaidereview.com.au/archives.php?subaction=showfull&id=1233197873&archive=1235612368&start_from=&ucat=17&

KNAJPA Polish Restaurant
Original Polish Cuisine

adelaide
31 Jul 2009  #23
Maybe try:

Kafe Dom
Address 61, Semaphore Road
Semaphore, SA, 5019, Australia
Phone 08 8242 0588
Trading Hours Monday 10am to 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday 8.30am to 5pm

Kafe Dom mixes gourmet home style patisseries with wonderful eastern European dishes and offers quality coffee and tea.
franka
25 Feb 2010  #24
Polish restaurants in Adelaide: 'Knajpa' at Tapleys Hill Rd and wonderful Sunday lunches at the Dom Polski Centre at Angas Street Adelaide.
polishinmelb
25 May 2010  #25
I only know of two Polish restaurants in Australia - one in Melbourne (but it is more of a vodka bar) and one in QLD. THe one in QLD is very good - it's called The Polish Place, and it's on Tamborine Mountain. The food here is very yummy, very homestyle and reminds me of my mother's cooking in Poland. If you ever go there, try the Roast Duck with cherries. It is absolutely devine - you get a whole duck!!

Next time I go to Adelaide I will try Knajpa - I miss my mum's cooking, so any chance I can get pierogi or bigos I'm there!
King Sobieski 2 | 716
25 May 2010  #26
I only know of two Polish restaurants in Australia - one in Melbourne (but it is more of a vodka bar)

there are polish clubs in melbourne as well that do polish fare.

and the court jester in brunswick does a mix of eastern european food.

there is also a jewish-polish restaurant in st kilda on acland st.
MIPK - | 69
25 May 2010  #27
there's one in Perth as well on Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley called Rembrandt. Havent been yet but its meant to be quite good. Might have to try it soon as beginning to miss the food badly!!
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
25 May 2010  #28
[quote=pudzianowski]Czesz everyone,

My Polish wife and i live in Adelaide and have been searching for ages trying to find ANY Polish restuarants. If anyone knows any restuarants not matter how far (not interstate!!) we would be so greatful.

Knajpa Polish restaurant

226 Tapleys Hill Rd
Seaton South Australia 5023
(08) 8445 8158
unknowcompanion
11 Jun 2011  #29
Knajpa Polish restaurant has closed down, please update your information guys. There are no Polish restaurants in Adelaide, you're better off just getting Pierogi from Standom on Tapleys Hill Road or mamas Pierogi on Port Road..

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Knajpa has closed down . Bankrupted. Bad food and service.
Mama pierogi is horrible bitte ew.... It's on port rd sa
glenys rowe
11 May 2014  #30
Do you know Cafe Borscht in King William Street? It's not far from the Central Market and they have a good range of Polish specialties.

Also if you are hungering after Polish cultural experiences, the new film Walesa. Man of Hope from veteran
director Andrzej Wajda is coming to the Piccadilly Cinema on June 26 2014. It's surprisingly witty.
Cheers,
Glenys Rowe


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