As soon as I saw this place I knew I wanted to go as I love pierogi and what better than a restaurant entirely devoted to this yummy Polish filled dumpling. Pierogarnia is tucked away in Wedding, a few minutes walk from Seestrasse U Bahn, again handily close to Vagabund brew pub. Inside is really homely and cute (think Polish grandmother’s house), the menu is simple and cheap and they seemed popular early on a cold Friday evening.
We were three people this week as my friend Tanager joined us which meant that we could try more things. We ordered four lots of pierogi (meat, pumpkin & wild mushroom with sauer kraut) bigos soup and sausage to be washed down with polish beer.
Everything was delicious and soon devoured. The meat pierogis were the best as they were really earthy and well seasoned, the sausage was particularly impressive and the bigos (a cabbage and meat stew) was hearty and good. We were all full as we left and very pleased with the super cheap prices (38 euros for enough food to fill us up plus four beers). We will be back.