3 rue Del Sarte 75018 Paris 18ème - Russian Restaurant - Polish Restaurant - less than 30€
1 free meal
Why go there?
For the Polish folklore : at Mazurka, the boss Merek welcomes you in the traditional outfit between Gypsy pictures and Slavonic music instruments. You are transported to the mountains of Poland, especially at night when Merek takes his guitar and plays a few Slavonic songs.
For its appetizing specialities, not only Polish but also Slavonic and Gypsy : you have the choice between the famous meat koulibiak, the sledz (Baltic smoked herrings with cream), or the bortsch (beets stock and small pâté).
For the hushed and old-fashioned atmosphere with chandeliers and napkins folded in a fan shape.
With an American Idol ex-candidate who will be happy to take part in the open-mics at Mazurka, on Sunday nights.
The tzigan frikas : beef or lamb brochettes, accompanied with ravioli of cheese, onions, mushrooms and potatoes.
Singers and actors from Poland, like the famous Jan Kobuszewsky.
Rubin wines from Serby but also a wide selection of others Eastern Europe's vintages.
The first table on the left when you come in, for a romantic dinner.
- Baltic herring with fresh cream -
- Salad with cheese, cucumbers and tomatoes -
- Potato pancakes with fresh cream -
- Beetroot borscht broth with small batter -
- Polish pierogi (Polish dumplings stuffed with seven beef and pork) -
- Koulibiak vegetables (flaky pastry stuffed with vegetables)) -
- 6 mushroom raviolis -
- Stuffed cabbage -
- Brownie -
- Apple Pie -
- Makowiec (cake with poppy seeds) -
- Sernik (cheese pie) -
Here is an extract from the restaurant's menu. Menus may change according to the market and season.
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