13.00 - 22.00 Monday to Saturday
Bar Polski is back, all fresh and clean after a major facelift. Tucked away in a little alleyway behind Holborn Tube, we try our best to offer our customers a comfortable, warm and relaxing environment. Everything is served with a friendly smile.
There’s a bewildering choice of 50+ vodkas, and all the other spirits too. We have lagers on draught, for example Zywiec, Peroni or Meantime London Pale Ale. In bottles, our selection includes lagers, dark beers, wheat beer, fruit beers and cider. And there’s lots of wines to choose from.
All our food is lovingly prepared in-house by Monika, our cook. She has her own way of producing delicious traditional dumplings (Pierogi), hearty stews (Bigos) and other dishes.
The Place Bar Polski is hidden away in a little alleyway behind Holborn Tube station. We try to offer a comfortable, warm and relaxing environment for our customers. Food and drink always served with a warm smile by our bar staff. We have a great range of drinks. Vodkas, more than 50 of them other spirits too. Draught lager like Zywiec and Peroni, Meantime London Pale Ale and wheat beer. If you prefer bottles there is a selection of lagers, dark beer and cider. Not forgetting wine, like Italian Pinot Grigio, French Sauvignon Blanc, South African Chenin Blanc and Shiraz. Our food is prepared in-house by our lovely cook. She has a way of producing delicious, traditional dumplings (Pierogi), hearty stew (Bigos) and other dishes.About Us
Perogi (the word ‘pierogi’ is plural in Polish, the singular is one ‘pieróg’ – pronounced pye-ROOG) are the most recognizable Polish food abroad. They are half-circular dumplings usually made from noodle flour dough, and sometimes from pastry dough. Polish pierogi are usually boiled in salted water. Baked or even deep fried pierogi are also popular. There exists tons of recipes both for the stuffing and for the dough. During decades of communist regime, Poles usually could only "enjoy" the more simple rural versions with basic toppings.Food Menu