Warm Up this Winter with Authentic Polish Cuisine in the D

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | January 6, 2017
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Now that we are well into the winter season in the Metro Detroit area, we thought it would be a great time to read up on some great winter comfort food from across the pond. Don’t worry, you won’t have to book a flight to Europe. Metro Detroit has some great Polish restaurants, serving authentic Polish meals daily. Take a look!

Lukich Family Restaurant

Having been around since 1992, Lukich Family Restaurant in Troy knows a thing or two about Polish cuisine. With breakfast, lunch and dinner options, as well as carryout, catering and a banquet room, you’ll be hard-pressed to not find something to satisfy your craving for Polish sausage, stuffed cabbage or a good pierogi.

Amadeus Cafe & Restaurant

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With 28 years to its name, Amadeus Cafe & Restaurant in downtown Ann Arbor offers genuine central European cuisine and a warm atmosphere to make your night out one to remember. In addition to lunch and dinner menus filled with options like potato schnitzel, grilled kielbasa and Atlantic ducktrap pancakes, Amadeus also serves a Sunday brunch. Every Sunday morning you can enjoy plenty of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as pierogi, Polish and Napoleon breakfasts. Did we mention live classical music on Friday and Saturday nights?

Val’s Polish Kitchen

Val’s Polish Kitchen is located in Rochester Hills and earned the Daily Tribune Best of the Best Reader’s Choice Award in 2014. Serving home-style American/Polish cuisine is Val’s speciality and on its menu you’ll find a wide variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Try the house Polish omelette to get your day started or wind down at the end of the day with the city chicken and stuffed cabbage dinner. If your New Year’s resolution to lose weight will allow it, try the homemade rice pudding for dessert.

Steve’s Family Dining

Established in 1996, Steve’s Family Dining has been serving up Polish-American cuisine, like homemade soup, pierogi and stuffed cabbage for the greater Livonia area. Enjoy one of Steve’s Specialties, such as the Polish combo (stuffed cabbage or city chicken, plus three pierogies, kielbasa and kraut) or the Nalisniki (three crepes filled with choice of cheese, strawberries or apples and served with sour cream).


Located in Hamtramck, Polonia has been dealing in the Polish culinary arts for more than forty years. In 2009, it was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” and it is here you will find classic Polish dishes, like the city chicken dinner, the Polish sausage with kraut and czarcie jadlo (a “jumbo” pancake stuffed with mushrooms & gravy). So, next time you’re in the Hamtramck area, stop by Polonia for a taste of central and eastern Europe.