Myrtle Beach is a tourist destination for many people. It’s also a great place to find diverse restaurants. As I have gotten older I’ve found that I love Polish food. It all started when I had a pierogie had Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival a few years ago. Since then, if I find a Polish place we always go and try it!
This past weekend we checked out a local Polish place called Pulaski Deli at Baltic Foods. Located just 2 blocks from the Atlantic Ocean, Pulaskis is a small restaurant with incredible food and service.
Their menu includes many Polish favorites: stuffed cabbage, pierogies, kielbasa and sauerkraut. I knew exactly what I would order. Judd had a harder time decided as everything looked good!
What We Ordered
Judd ordered the Polska Kielbasa sandwich with mustard and a homemade pickle. It was a different type of sandwich than he has had before. He loved the mustard on the sandwich!
Judd didn’t hesitate on diving right into it!
Of course I went with my Polish favorite, pierogies! I picked the beef and pork option. The pierogies were served with a side of sour cream which paired nicely. They were warm and delicious. I could’ve eaten a whole plate more!
The Polish Market
After we enjoyed our lunch we decided to peruse through the Polish market that was a part of Pulaski’s. They had an array of Polish favorites from cabbage leaves to potato pancakes. We didn’t pick anything up from the market but I plan to if I ever make stuffed cabbage! (It’s on my “learn to make” list.)
We were really impressed with Pulaski Deli. The food was fresh and delicious and the staff was incredibly friendly. If you find yourself vacationing here in Myrtle Beach stop in and grab a quick lunch. Shop their market and bring some Polish souvenirs home for your family and friends.
For their menu and more information, click here.