Address

200 Saint-Paul St (W), Montreal, Qc

Opening hours

Menu

Barszcz soup

5$/9$
Traditional beet consommé.
Extra Uszka (polish tortellinis)
(4) 3$ / (6) 4$

Zurek soup

8$/12$
Creamy sour rye malt soup with small pieces of porc sausage. Extra egg 1$

Ogorkowa soup

8$/12$
Dill pickle and vegetable soup.

Zupa dnia

6$/10$
Soup of the day

Flaki soup

8$/14$
Old fashioned honeycomb beef tripe soup.

Salatka

6$/12$
Green salad served with our house dressing.

Pierogi

12$
4 dumplings stuffed with beef OR cheese and potato OR cabbage and mushroom, served with caramelized onions, sauerkraut and sour cream on demand.

Sledz

12$
Pickled herring served with onions, apple salad, and sour cream.

Kielbasa

12$
Polish pork sausage sauteed with onions, served with grainy dijon mustard.

Placki

12$
4 potato pancakes served with sour cream or apple sauce.

Pierogi

18$
8 dumplings stuffed with beef OR cheese and potato OR cabbage and mushroom, served with caramalized onions, sauerkraut and sour cream on demand.

Krokiety

18$
2 breaded crepe rolls filled with beef or mushrooms served with green salad, potato salad and a creamy mushroom sauce.

Golabki

22$
2 cabbage rolls filled with pork and rice, served with tomato sauce, potatoes and choice of salad.

Bigos

22$
Cabbage stew with roasted pork, plums, mushrooms and pork sausages.

Filet de Sole

20$
Sauteed with almonds OR breaded, served with potatoes, green salad and homemade tartar sauce.

Kielbasa

22$
2 polish pork sausages from a local boucher, served with 2 choices of salad and grainy dijon mustard.

Sznycel Mielony

20$
2 breaded ground pork croquettes, served with a creamy mushroom sauce, potatoes and a choice of salad.

Strogonow

25$
Strips of beef filet in a red wine sauce with mushroms, served with two potato pancakes and beet salad.

Debutant

22$
Mixed plate of 4 pierogi, 1 placki, 1 krokiet and bigos.

Kotlet

22$
Breaded pork chop or chicken breast, served with potatoes and a choice of salad.

Sznycel Wiedenski

27$
Breaded veal sznitzel served with a sunny side up egg, potatoes and a choice of salad.

Includes choice of appetizer, ½ cobbler for dessert and coffee or tea.

KIELBASA

25$
Two pork sausages served with sauerkraut, potatoes and grainy dijon mustard.

MENU DU DEBUTANT

32$
Mixed plate of bigos, four pierogi, one placki and one krokiet. Vegeterian option available.

SZNYCEL WIEDENSKI

35$
Breaded veal sznitcel served with a sunny side up egg, potatoes and beet salad.

CANARD RÔTI

45$
Half duck roasted with apples, prunes and white wine, served with potatoes and beet salad.
SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 12 : 00 – 15 :00

PORANEK POLAKA

17$
2 sunny side up eggs, 2 potato pancakes and polish sausage sauteed with onions.

PORANEK POLKI

16$
2 sunny side up eggs, 2 potato pancakes and sauteed mushrooms.

NALESNIKI

17$
2 crepes filles with vanilla infused sweet cheese, served with sweet cream and raspberry coulis.

Croustade

6$
Our famous apple or peach cobbler, served with our homemade sweet cream.

Nalesnik

9$/17$
One or two crepe(s) filled with vanilla infused sweet cheese, served with sweet cream and raspberry coulis.

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About us

A brief history

For fifty years, this polish restaurant has woven itself into the fabric of Old Montreal. Stash Café is a traditional restaurant with a timeless menu, faithful to the secrets of the polish kitchen.
Although it was founded in 1972 by Stanislaw Pruszynski, after whom the restaurant is named (Stash being short for Stanislaw), it has been owned and managed by polish women since 1978. What was at the beggining a modest flea market where artists and artisans would gather, rapidly became a successfull restaurant. Requiring a larger venue, the restaurant moved to 461 St-Sulpice, in the shade of the Notre-Dame Basilica.
After a historic building next to the restaurant was levelled by a fire, Stash Café relocated with all its convent furnishings to this lovely corner in the quieter sector of Le Vieux. Now a well known establishment where music, comforting food and family atmosphere charm the hearts of locals as well as tourists.

Contact

For any information, please call or email us.

Reservations can be made by phone only.

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