Promising “family recipes passed down by generations,” Krystyna’s Polish Food has arrived inside downtown’s Silver Dollar bar, ahead of a mobile truck launch that will bring its menu of pierogis, bigos, and kielbasa rolling through the neighborhood.
Located at 478 King St., the Polish food concept is named after owner Victor Krupa’s “beloved mother who is watching over us and will forever be remembered through the recipes and knowledge she has passed along.”
Open three days a week, from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and closing at midnight on Sunday, menu items include $4 potato pancakes topped with sour cream and a $12 Reuben plate featuring sausage on rye marble bread.
A $12 dish of kielbasa with hand-cut Polish fries and cucumber salad, joins the pierogi creations priced at $7. Diners can also try the $8 golabki, stuffed cabbage rolls, and top it off with a $4 poppy seed roll for dessert.
Krystyna’s is also serving up all American options such as sliders and wings for the less adventurous.
The food truck, still in the building process, is now expected to be on the road in mid-March.
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