Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for $30 worth of Polish food for two or more
- $34 for $60 worth of Polish food for four or more
The inferno roaring inside Smak-Tak!'s cozy fireplace isn't the only thing the restaurant has to warm visitors' bones during long Chicago winters, as tables teem with bowls of thick traditional stews and hearty dumplings. Smak-Tak! translates as taste-yes!, a celebratory sentiment the cooks share through their classic pierogis, each stuffed with cheese and potato, plums, or sauerkraut and mushrooms. Hungarian-style pancakes sport toppings of gulash, while side salads frame chicken liver with onions.
93% of 812 customers recommend
“Really good food. I suggest the Hungarian Pancake or periogies”
“Service is rather lame, but food quality and value are fine”
“The food was so delicious We had the pork cutlet and recommend it very highly”