Formerly Nova Pierogova, this impressive little spot sports a range of traditional Polish pierogi, as well as experimenting with a creative list of fillings, which sees international tastes collide headlong with those of the motherland. The menu claims the Russian pierogi (cheese filled) are the most popular in Poland, although we'd argue with that (Surely it's cabbage and mushroom!). A good way to try the full range of possibilities is to get their signature pierogi set meal with 12 pieces - 4 x Hunter's pierogi with roasted onion and bacon, 4 x cabbage and mushroom with fried onion, and 4 x Ukrainian dumplings with fried onion and sour cream! Breakfast served 9-12 and pierogi from 12.
Open 13:00-21:00. Fri, Sat, Sun 13:00-21:30, Closed Mon.