Two Sisters Family Restaurant

Neighborhoods: Downtown Rochester
Cuisine: Polish, American, Eastern European

Two Sisters Family Restaurant is a Polish, American, and Eastern European restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid less than $10, and tipped more than 18%.

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  • 2/21/2016

    A Polish chowhound from US tried it.

  • 4/26/2015

    A diner from Chicago, IL tried it.

  • 6/08/2013

    A Polish food lover from Brandon, MS tried it and liked it.

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 Rochester Hills, MI

Wonderful Polish Food

The Detroit Metro area has a very diverse cultural background, as many long-term residents know. There was a large influx of Polish people who came to the US around the time of WWII, many who settled in Hamtramck, a city within Detroit City, which (as the name might imply) was made up predominantly of Polish people. As times changed the poles moved outward into Oakland an Macomb Counties. With the exception of a few Polish-American clubs however if you wanted authentic Polish food you needed to return to Hamtramck. There was however a small restaurant that opened on Rochester Road where the authentic food abounds in good flavors and that can warm your heart. Two Sisters is an inexpensive place with a wide selection of authentic as well as somewhat Americanized Polish dishes.

Do not expect a lot of atmosphere in the place. It is a smaller restaurant that spread out due to its popularity to the adjacent store. There is ample parking in a lot at the rear of the building.

This past Sunday my date and I had City Chicken (pork-veal-beef chunks that are pushed together and fried on a skewer and covered in gravy); Stuffed Cabage,; Saurkraut with both fresh and smoked Kiabaska Sausages, Pierogi (large pot-stickers filled with potato, cheese or kraut and fried in butter until crispy), as well as a chicken dumpling soup (a yellow thickened broth – no meat). Anyone that enjots Easter European dining will enjoy this place. My mom would have called this “stick to your ribs food”. These tastes were based upon a culture where the use of butter was acceptable since many people worked extremely hard physically either farming or other labor. The tastes are not though overwelming like the Hungarians or as fatty as Yugoslavian. The plate will be full and you will leave feeling the same.

There are a number of “specials” on a hand-written page inside the menu. Upon careful examination these are not “specials” though – simply featured items. “Our older patrons like it this way – it’s easier to read…” said our waitress. The waitstaff is polite, friendly and attentive. Do not be surprized if they chat with some patrons or between themselves in Polish.

The menu also includes a number of simple “peasant dishes” for sandwiches such as split kialbaska on bread. There are some American dishes too.

They also offer catering.

This is a good value, and allows imersion into a culture via your plate.

based upon the decor feel free to dress casually.

Prices are quite inexpensive. The dinner dishes we ate were $10 and $13, with my date unable to finish her $13 dish.

City Chicken Combo

! piece City Chicken, Saurkraut, 2 small pieces of Kialbaska (fresh or smoked), 3 Pierogi, bread and butter

Stuffed Cabage Combo

1 stuffed Cabage, Saurkraut, 2 small pieces of Kialbaska (fresh or smoked), 3 Pierogi, bread and butter

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 Rochester, MI

Great food, great service, building needs work

The food is what you come here for, though. Great Polish food, cheap, fast and friendly service.

The pierogies are amazing. Get them fried with onions (or add bacon too). You can pick which kind you want.

I think Two Sisters has some of the best omelettes around too.

The only negatives are the drab decor (big deal, you’ll be looking at the great food you’re eating instead) and the country music.


Great homemade pierogies: potato, cream cheese, and sauerkraut. Fried with bacon and onions is the best.

June 5, 2008

Two Sisters Bakery.

I love the cabbage rolls and pirogi here. The Wait staff very helpful. It is a great small restaurant that shouldn't be overlooked. My family loved it.
November 19, 2007

Two Sisters Restaurant

Located in lovely downtown Rochester. They bring Oakland County great Polish food without having to drive to Hamtramck. This is a nice, friendly, family restaurant with great peorgies. I would recommend you give them a try.
November 9, 2006

If you lust for pierogies, this is the place!

A small, unpretentious diner-style family restaurant with fabulous home-style Polish cooking. The kielbasa has a mellow but distinctive spice, the city chicken (not chicken really, but pork) in brown gravy is a must-taste, and the…

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