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Salem: Cafe Polonia

118 Washington Street , Phone: 978-745-0045

Reviewed by: rkorchid from NH, review #3744

When: 2011

Very friendly place serving lunch and dinner with Polish specialties.

We had lunch here one day in June as a nice change from all the seafood we had been eating. It is located on Washington Street across from the end of the Essex pedestrian mall. The menu includes deli items such as wursts and Reubens but also has full entrees such as goulasch, schnitzel, and pierogies.

I had a delicious pastrami Reuben. Not only was the sandwich huge, but it came with a choice of two sides. We found portions to be very large in Salem restaurants. My wife was pleased that bratwurst plates could be ordered with 1, 2, or 3 wursts.

My wife's order of a glass of Prosecco turned out to be a small bottle (split). I ordered from their extensive list of imported beers. The bottle of Golden Pheasant from Slovakia was light and refreshing.

Along with a bowl of very interesting pickle soup our lunch for two came to $38.

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