194 Bedford Ave.
(b/t 7th St & 6th St in Williamsburg)
Brooklyn, New York 11211
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(718) 388-6194

Cuisine: Polish
Our Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Great
Cards: All major
Price: $11-30
Hours: Mon–Wed 7:30am–11pm; Thu, Fri 7:30am–midnight; Sat 9am–midnight; Sun 9am–11pm
Brunch: Weekends
Booze: None
Subway: L train to Bedford
Delivery: No
Time Out says:

With almost as many K names as the Kardashian klan, Krzysztof Drzewiecki (Nobu) has overseen a trio of Polish spots since ’05: Kristophe, Karczma and Krolewskie Jadlo. For his fourth Brooklyn restaurant, the Poznan native takes over longtime pierogi joint S&B and issues a greatest-hits menu of dishes from his other eateries: barbecued wild-boar ribs, beef-goulash-stuffed potato pancakes, and chicken meatballs with dill sauce and beet salad. Named after the Polish word for a tree hollow, the hideaway is decorated with tiled floors, exposed brick walls and an outdoor garden featuring a piano.

Eater says:

Chef/restaurateur Krzysztof Drzewiecki recently expanded his North Brooklyn empire with the opening of this Polish cafe on Bedford Avenue. The chef, who previously worked for Nobu, has created a menu of greatest hits from his other restaurants. Options include salmon tartare, boar ribs, goulash-stuffed potato pancakes, and pierogies galore. Dziupla is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.