Pierogi Place (Newcastle) Reviews
Newest Review: ... these days, though I have to express a preference for good old soured cream. Although we've had a Polish pub that served some food (alas the Polish manager has now returned home), and still do have an excellent Polish restaurant in Newcastle, the fairly new "Pierogi Place" is distinct in that, as the name suggests, it specialises in pierogi. After a couple of months of promising to try it, we stopped by recently for a Saturday lunch which we thought would be good preparation for an afternoon in the pub with friends. The café is situated on Market Street in Newcastle, just along the block from the Theatre Royal and opposite the... more
Customer Pierogi Place (Newcastle) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/04/11 (Very useful, 116 readings)
When I think of pierogi I think of "Storybook International"; even in the 1980s it was a horribly dated children's television programme where each episode featured a tale from another European country, badly lip-synched for a British audience. Each programme started with an animation of a minstrel, or troubadour if you like, wearing medieval dress, and possibly playing a lute or some other stringed instrument, who sang the theme tune, the lyrics of which alluded to the fact that although the singer had many names - "in Germany I am Johann, in America I am John" (this is probably wring but you get the idea) the story was always the same ('a happily ... Read the complete review
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