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Serving up some the best pierogies in Manchester, contemporary Polish restaurant, Platzki, is a place for real comfort food. From warming stews and tasty dumplings, to pickles and smoked cheeses, the menu reads like a list of Europe's heartiest dishes - confit duck legs, with potato and thyme gnocchi, or melted smoked mountain cheese on toast with plum and rum marmalade.
Formerly a popular street food stall, Platzki gained some greater prominence following its pop up residency at The Kitchens in Spinningfields. Taking over the site previously occupied by B.eat Street, this quirky restaurant on Deansgate Mews is the brainchild of duo Lukasz Mazurek and Przemek Marcinkowski who launched Platzki with the aim of making traditional Polish food into something a little more adventurous.
- Happily Affordable
- No Door Charge
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Platzki, Unit F, Great Northern Warehouse, M3 4EJ
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