$17 for a pierogi dinner for two (up to a $30 value), including:
- Two pierogi platters $12 each
- Two dessert crepes (a $6 total value)<p> $28 for a pierogi dinner for four (a $59 value), including:
- Four pierogi platters ($12 value each)
- Plate of four dessert crepes ($11 value)<p>
The menu at Sebi’s Bistro reads like a map of Chef Kamila Kanczugowski’s culinary development. Polish dishes such as pierogi and cabbage rolls represent the country where she grew up and began her training, while pizzas, panini sandwiches, and calzones make use of the skills she learned while studying in Italy. Kanczugowski earned her proper culinary degree in Seattle, where she continues to cook up her European favorites using local, organic ingredients. She’s also integrated a fair share of American foods, such as tuna melts and turkey clubs; although even these common sandwiches can be amped up when paired with one of the bistro’s rare, imported Polish beers.