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Rozmaryn Restaurant, Trenton, NJ Polish Food.

  • Quine Mar 16, 2012 03:21 PM
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The NYT gave a good review, "Culinary Comforts by Way of Poland" and "worth it".

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/18/nyr...

Anyone tried it yet?

Rozmaryn Restaurant
925 North Olden Avenue
Trenton
(609) 656-1600

http://rozmarynrestaurant.com/

The menu looks good, with entree prices coming in at less than $15.00. And yes, also printed in Polish along side the English.

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  1. I've eaten there a number of times . The menu is limited but the food and prices are good .
    A little hard to fid - it's on the west side of Olden just a bit North of Rte 1 and it's very easy to miss . The entrance can put you off - a dark hallway at the top of a narrow stair but once inside the place is attractive .
    If you like Central European food you can also go North on Olden for a few miles to the Mazzaro's shopping center where you'l find Barbara's Hungarian Kitchen . Also very good .

    1. BTW at the top of the hill , at Brunswick Ave you'll find a Polish neighborhood with good bakery/deli places .

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      1. re: arpad

        We do go into Trenton to shop for Polish meats. The store is on the corner of Olden and Brunswick, absolutely good deli! So since I can GPS it, might make a stop there if we go to Trenton for an Easter stockup. Thanks!

        1. re: Quine

          If you know that corner go down Olden towards Rte 1 and look in the last row of buildings on the right - Rozmaryn's is there .
          Have you tried Krakowiak in South River ?

          1. re: arpad

            No, I haven't. And my family is from there. When we are in that area we eat at the Hong Kong Supermarket.

            1. re: Quine

              http://www.krakowiakrestaurant.com/

              1. re: arpad

                Thanks!!

      2. http://polishplate.com/

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        1. re: arpad

          Thanks for the link!!!