"Satisfy your craving" for "hearty", "hard-to-find" Polish comfort fare like pierogi, kielbasa, goulash and more.. just "sit back and enjoy."

Food 21 points
Décor 16 points
Service 21 points

Cost $22

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"I can say with certainty that the pierogies, kielbasa, and the potato pancakes are amazing."

4.5 Stars

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Trip Advisor

"Awesome Polish Food. From start to finish we received brilliant service and the food was excellent."

4.5 stars
Ranked #285 out of 2,824 restaurants in Boston

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Food Network

"Cafe Polonia is a real-deal Polish joint where everything is cooked the proper way."
-Guy Fieri / Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives

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Cafe Polonia in the news

  • A dumpling journey around Boston, and the world

    For something more traditional, Cafe Polonia serves savory, hearty Polish dishes. Pierogi come boiled or fried, hefty little dumplings filled with cheese, potato and cheese, cabbage and mushroom, or meat. But the specialty here is pyzy, advertised on the counter by an adorable/terrifying statue of a jolly (perhaps crazy?) little man holding a sign advertising meat-stuffed potato dumplings. Pyzy are made with a combination of raw and cooked potatoes.


  • Neighborhood Kitchens Visits The Polish Triangle And Cafe Polonia

    I have a soft spot for Polish food and search it out wherever I go. Lard spread with fried bacon bits on a slice of Polish rye bread is an excellent way to start a meal.

    At Cafe Polonia on Dorchester Avenue in South Boston, the satisfying Polish plate comes with a bit of kielbasa, a small serving of bigos which is a hunter's stew with cabbage and beef, stuffed cabbage called golabki, and a selection of pierogis sauteed with onions. All of these hearty flavors represent comfort food at its finest.

  • Happening Hoods: The Polish Triangle

    Just off the expressway on the Dorchester southy line sits a pretty cool ethnic neighbor you likely never heard of. Bordered by Boston Street, Dot Avenue, and Columbia Road, it's known for generations as the Polish Triangle. Even Poles who migrated to the suburbs still return often for the kielbasa, pierogis and old world charm. The folks that moved out, they still come back to this community, Sundays to go to mass and Saturday they bring their kids to the Polish school and come shopping at the Polish delis and buy tick....

Cafe Polonia

We feature a rich menu of traditional and gourmet Polish and Eastern European specialties. Our unique handcrafted furnishings and décor create a cozy atmosphere similar to a country cottage in the mountain region of Poland. Let us take you back to Poland's countryside where our hearty cooking and Polish hospitality offer a truly unique and cherished experience you will not soon forget. Read more.

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611 Dorchester Avenue
South Boston MA 02127
(617) 269-0110

Mon – Thu 11am – 9pm
Fridays 11am – 10pm
Saturdays 10am – 10pm
Sundays 10am-9pm

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