A recent exciting addition to Feasterville-Trevose is Pat’s Polish Deli, offering authentic and homemade Polish food to the community.
This is a family-owned and run establishment created by Ziggy and his wife Patricia.
Ziggy came to this country 20 years ago and moved to the Bucks County area 12 years ago.
His son, Patrick, has lived in Bucks County all his life.
“I love living here. We wanted to do something for this town to give back,” says Ziggy. “There are a lot of Polish people who have discovered our store, and American customers who love our healthy food.”
His favorite part of running Pat’s Polish Deli (which got its name from his wife and son) is meeting all the people in the community who come in and learning their tastes and interests.
“We run the business for the community with them in mind.”
All the food they serve is based off his Polish grandmother’s authentic recipes, and Ziggy can be found in the kitchen when he’s not working his other day job.
“I love to cook,” says Ziggy. “I learned the Polish recipes because I ran a similar business 30 years ago in Poland. I gained experience to cook everything by my grandmother’s recipes and love to share the meals with other people.”
His goal is to run the shop fulltime, so he can enjoy the community he is building around the deli and spend more time with his family.
Pat’s Polish Deli is a brand new addition, and something you should go see and taste for yourself.
The food they offer is everything from homemade pierogis and galumpkis, Polish donuts and cake, and so much more.
Recently for International Women’s Day, Ziggy offered a free Polish donut to all the women who came into the store that day.
“In my home country, to celebrate women every man will give them flowers. I thought, a donut is sweet and just as good.”
Patricia can be found running the deli and other areas of the store.
Pat’s Polish Deli also sells imported grocery items and other goods from Poland.
They are currently busy preparing for Easter, which is a large holiday celebrated in Polish traditions, and carry all you need for a special Easter celebration.
“We want to share our culture with our community and our customers,” says Ziggy. “We want to be authentic and offer healthy, enjoyable food.”
Pat’s Polish Deli offers breakfast, lunch and dinner meals.
Polish specials on their menu include homemade pierogis, stuffed cabbage (galumpki), kielbasa, dumplings, and potato pancakes.
Other menu offers are crepes, Polish soups, schnitzel and more.
The best way to discover all the delightful foods and delicacies at Pat’s Polish Deli is going to visit for yourself.
You can order online for carryout and delivery at www.patspolishdeli.com.
The deli is closed on Mondays and open Tuesday through Friday, 6:00am until 7:00pm; Saturday, 6:00am until 6:00pm; and Sunday, 8:00am until 4:00pm.
Find more on their website and follow them on Facebook!
Pat’s Polish Deli is located at 535 Andrews Road, Suite 100, Feasterville.
PHOTO CAP: Ziggy and Patricia, owners of Pat’s Polish Deli