Sto Lat Restaurant and Cafe
Restaurant
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Inner West
Sto Lat Restaurant and Cafe
Restaurant
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Inner West
Polish Club Ashfield, Level 1, 73 Norton Street, ASHFIELD, NSW, 2131
Polish Club Ashfield, Level 1, Norton Street, ASHFIELD, NSW, 2131
AWARDS HISTORY
2019
Finalist
2018
Finalist
Sto Lat Restaurant and Cafe has been proudly serving Polish and European cuisine for three years inside the Polish Club Ashfield. We provide hearty and delicious meals with a smile at competitive prices to appeal to as many people as possible as the Polish Club Ashfield is an ethnic, community club.

Our signature dishes are our huge roast pork knuckle (called 'golonka' in Polish) and we always have savoury pierogi (dumplings) on our a la carte menu. We also have monthly Pierogi Sundays, on the first Sunday of each month, where there is always a special pierogi filling on offer. We also have Pancake Sundays on the third Sunday of each month where you can try a variety of Polish and European style pancakes such as the famous 'placki' which are potato pancakes, or nalesniki, savoury rolled pancakes or just some good old pancakes with ice cream and coulis or butterscotch sauce - flavours change each month and it is always a surprise!

Some other interesting options on our menu are: Norwegian herring salad, Hungarian langosz which is a very moorish fried garlic bread, Polish roast duck, Viennese chicken schnitzel and European smoked sausages.

Wash down your meal with one of our half litre bottles or cans of Polish beers or a shot of Polish vodka - we have a large range especially of fruit flavoured vodkas.

Our cafe is so gorgeous and quaint you will just love the atmosphere while sipping on your coffee and eating a Polish or European cake! All around the restaurant and cafe you can view our special collection of old Polish tourism posters for various places in Poland or see our Polish paper-cut art called 'wycinanki'.

You can book functions at the restaurant or anywhere in the Club and Sto Lat can cater for your function - there are a variety of rooms to choose from!

Sto lat literally means one hundred years in Polish and is used when wishing someone happy birthday or as cheer like 'cheers' in English - so from all the staff, we wish all our customers 'sto lat'!
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