Cooking food over an open flame can impart smoky flavor and seal in savory juices, but cooking food over an eternal flame can get a bobsledding team kicked out of the Olympics. Get your fill of flame-aided fare with today's Groupon, which gets you Polish cuisine at Bona Restaurant in Menlo Park. Choose between the following options:
- $10 for $20 toward lunch
- $15 for $30 toward dinner
Bona Restaurant enriches the Bay Area’s culinary landscape with a varied menu packed with authentic Eastern European cuisine, ranging from a spread of distinctive soups to traditional Polish entrees. Each savory recipe emphasizes the fusion of mixed meats and winter vegetables energized with a variety of spices. In the lunch menu, noontime noshers can refuel for a busy day transcribing bird conversations with a plate of Bona’s pierogi ($6.95) or pork-and-beef-stuffed cabbage ladled with a piquant tomato or mushroom sauce ($7.95).
Later on, the dinner menu sates evening appetites with the breaded pork cutlets served with sauerkraut ($17.95), while the hearty Hunters’ stew made beef, pork, and sausage the protein necessary to lift palets of protein shakes ($14.95). At all hours, Bona Restaurant encourages thirsty patrons to imbibe Polish beers such as EB, Zywiec, Okocim, or Lezajsk brews while unwinding in the restaurant’s inviting ambience ($5).
The San Francisco Chronicle reviewed Bona Restaurant. Bona Restaurant was also featured on SanJose.com and InMenlo. Thirty-three Yelpers give Bona Restaurant a 4-star average and OpenTable reviewers award it a 3.7-star average.
- Bona serves the kind of hearty, filling, homey food you’d get if you had a Polish grandmother. I don’t — so Bona is the next best thing. – Stett Holbrook, SanJose.com
- every bowl of broth served at Bona, Menlo Park's new Polish restaurant, is sublime: unusual, complex and warming. – Mandy Erickson, San Francisco Chronicle
Downtown Menlo Park
651 Maloney St.
Menlo Park, California 94025Get Directions