Have a craving for peirogi (or perogi, pierogy, perogy, pierógi, pyrohy, pirogi, pyrogie and pyrogy)? The folks that started the famous Pierogi Wagon have settled in Humboldt Park. Ready to sit down and dig in?
The first thing you'll notice is the relatively simple menu. Not too many selections here, which can be a good thing. Decisions... Booooooooo. The next thing you'll notice are the prices. Meals for under $10. Score.
Let's start with the sweet. A plate of sweet cheese pierogi drizzled in a fruity sauce.
And another, slightly more artistic shot of the sweetness.
Keeping the pierogi party poppin' with cheddar golden cooked goodness.
"Polak Eatery is the home of the Pierogi Wagon Food Truck and a culinary incubator for modern polish eats."
Moving on to the serious Polak Eatery breakfast: Half a kielbasa, two eggs and a couple more cheddar pierogi thrown in for good measure.
Come hungry, leave satisfied. That's what the quaint Humboldt Park-based Polak Eatery is all about.