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Domku Bar & Cafe
Posted by Bussolati on 03/20/2013
What a lovely atmosphere Domku has. Good menu, although polish-hungarian-whatever it is is not for me too often. Been there several times and thought it was delicious. The appetizers are interesting and tasty. I recommend Domku!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2012
I was with my friend who was visiting from Poland. I was anxious to try my first Polish meal. I was very disappointed in the meal. The portions were very small and the kielbasa tasted like it was from a grocery store. The Cosmo drink was very weak on the vodka. One might speculate that they are using the "domku" name to appeal and entice unsuspecting visitors. So a warning, if you are looking for an authentic polish/czeck meal you should look elsewhere. You pay a hefty price for a small portion.
Posted by Kotski on 01/08/2012
I read the previous ratings and agree with the Excellent ratings. Having grown-up on real Polish homecooked meals my experience took me back to another time and place that was heart-warming and most of all delicious and both Sweet and savory!
Posted by Caitlin on 10/12/2009
My fiancé and I were looking for a good polish place to have lunch. After doing a google search Domku was our choice. There menu looked absolutly delicious and had every polish dish we were looking to have - stuffed cabbage, pierogis and bigos. Once we pulled up to the place we became a little hesitant but passed no judgement. After stepping inside my fiancé immediatly wanted to leave but we decided to give the food a chance. We were told to sit where ever we would like. We chose the cleanest table we could find. The waiter then came to the table with menus and our drink order. We got into speaking to the waiter for a bit and it was disturbing to find out that not a single polish person worked there and it was owned by a Korean women. After reading the menu none of the dishes that they feature on there website were available for lunch. We then ordered a soup as an appetizer and then 2 meals. We had to ask our waiter 3 times for our soup and 35 min after ordering our soup and 1 meal came out! At this point we were highly fed up and walked out. Not only did we have to wait 35 min for our soup - which was our appetizer - it came out with ONE of our meals! We were very dissapointed in this place. Their website and menu on their website in no way reflects what kind of "restuarant" this is.
Posted by BTH on 08/24/2008
We've been to brunch here a couple of times. All the food has been excellent. It's a pretty chill, trendy looking place, but in Petworth! It looks like it gets an interesting combination of locals and people driving/biking in. The pancakes, and waffles are excellent, and the grits are amazing. We keep meaning to go at night, when the menu is more Scandinavian, but we still haven't made it up yet. It also becomes a bit of a hang out/bar at night from what I've heard
Posted by Anonymous on 06/20/2006
A great place to eat, relax, and talk to friends. A gem of a restaurant.