Since its opening in 2009, Rozmaryn Restaurant has been capturing the hearts of locals with its authentic Polish food and flare.

Open five days a week (Wednesday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.), Rozmaryn Restaurant serves an array of traditional Polish meals that all communities within the city have come to love. Some of the restaurant’s house specialties and customer favorites include perogies (filled dumplings) and stuffed cabbage.

Recognized by The New York Times and Philly Magazine, Rozmaryn has made tremendous efforts and strides to attain the reputation it has today. The credit for the restaurant’s notable status belongs to owners Joanna Myslowski, who also doubles as the chef along with her husband Steven. The couple not only lures customers in with their delicious food but with their genuine, endearing hospitality.

Ranked as one of the best restaurants in Trenton, the city’s craze about the establishment stems from the owners’ passion for doing what they love. When asked what inspired the opening for the restaurant, co-owner and chef, Joanna Mysloski simply said, “I love to cook,” followed by a heartwarming chuckle of laughter. Myslowski’s goal for her restaurant of ten years is to always, “have a full restaurant.” Myslowki recognizes that the once heavily populated Polish community within the city has slightly decreased due to the integration of other races. Still, she wishes to maintain the Polish heritage and share it with others of different backgrounds.

The next time you’re craving delectable comfort food, check out this little Poland within the big city located on 925 North Olden Avenue in Trenton, New Jersey.

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