Chicago >Bobak Sausage Co
“By all mean's the food is good and a great value for the cost (about eight dollars per person,) but the food lacks a certain zest to how it could excite the palate.”
“This is my absolute favorite restaurant in the Chicagoland area.”
“love this place the emat is so affordable and its always clean and the owner is great as well knows me by name highly recomended i get a.”
Good Polish food. Good Polish cuisine, at affordable prices. Maybe not top-shelf but a good experience.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Find their infamous sausages, plus rafts of Polish and Eastern European delicacies--all at bargain prices.
Decent buffet selection, average-above on taste. Friend and I went on a Saturday afternoon. The buffet has a good selection of meats, a fair selection of deserts, and a good selection of other items. From reading this and reviews on other sites, I know that Bobak's has a great deal of fans, but I say the food taste was average to the point of not being able to be called bad. By all mean's the food is good and a great value for the cost (about eight dollars per person,) but the food lacks a certain zest to how it could excite the palate. Perhaps I was spoiled by my grandmother who grew up on a farm in Austria. Her blod sausage and meats were always something that I looked forward to. Going on, I would have to say that the deserts were about average as well. If you want to get your value for the money and not be disappointed, Bobak's steps to the plate. If you want outstanding Polish, I would have to go elsewhere (of which I am still shopping around.)
Best Polish Buffet in Chicago.... Bobak's really knows how to put on a spread! We have been going for years and have never been disappointed. The menu changes frequently (perhaps daily) and you may not find something you really wanted to try again on your second visit...but it will pop up on your third or fourth...Sundays are by far the best (and the busiest) with a couple of different prime meats (ham, turkey...pork roast...or, oh my, even smoked butt) and a big bowl of chilled shrimp. The adjacent grocery store is well stocked with lots of Bobak brand items. Prices are reasonable in both the restaurant and grocery.
Like being in Poland.
Bobak's on Archer is like leaving Chicago and going to Poland. It's great. I love the grocery store with all the interesting meats and other uniquely polish style foods. The people who work and shop there make this place what it is. The buzz of polish speaking men,women, and children make it truly an authentic experience.
The food is awesome. If you don't often get real Polish food, try the buffet. It's huge selection is guaranteed to please even the pickiest eaters.
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