April 26, 2006

Christina's in Greenpoint

POST #    2111

Over the weekend, Shannan and I had dinner with Jeannnette, Yvan, and Vivian here in Greenpoint. Shockingly, it was the first time I've had Polish food despite living in Greenpoint almost two years. On one of Jeannette and Yvan's neighbor's recommendation, we went to Christina's on Manhattan Avenue. It was really good. Granted, I can't necessarily say that it was authentic as I'm not Polish, but it was definitely tasty. The most peculiar thing though was the wait-staff - both Polish and both wearing similar skimpy outfits.

I had the fried kielbasa with a side of sauerkraut and corn. Also pictured is the Polish platter, an assortment of pierogis, and red cabbage with cole slaw. For dessert, we had the blintzes - the fruit and the fruit with cheese.

As you can see from the picture of the menu (full menu here), the prices were pretty reasonable. I don't have any idea if the pig knuckles are any good though.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 7:58 AM

 

 

"... the wait-staff - both Polish and both wearing similar skimpy outfits."

Where are those photos, Tien?

Posted by: Adam [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 26, 2006 9:04 AM

Or should I say: less sausage, more cheesecake.

Posted by: Adam [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 26, 2006 9:05 AM

Yeah what are you, asexual?

Posted by: Yaya at April 26, 2006 9:04 PM

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