Share
  • Share this post on Delicious
  • StumbleUpon this post
  • Share this post on Digg
  • Tweet about this post
  • Share this post on Mixx
  • Share this post on Technorati
  • Share this post on Facebook
  • Share this post on NewsVine
  • Share this post on Reddit
  • Share this post on Google
  • Share this post on LinkedIn

Reporter Food: Guampky at Czapski’s Kitchen

Reporter Food: Guampky (Stuffed Cabbage) at Czapski’s Kitchen

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 5, 2019)

Milford, MI – “Chop, ski.”

That’s how you say the name of the adorable Polish/Mexican restaurant in Downtown Milford called Czapski’s.

This friendly restaurant with ample parking, home-cooked meals, and an alligator head for a candy dish was recently my pit stop for lunch.  There were many traditional Polish items on the menu like pierogi, city chicken, meatballs with gravy, and kielbasa & kraut. I decided on the Guampky, which is stuffed cabbage that came served with mashed potatoes and gravy, fresh green beans, and kapusta (sauerkraut).

To be honest, I am in love. This is exactly how I love to eat on cold winter’s day. Everything was well-prepared, filling, and delicious and I look forward to coming back.  In addition to the Polish food, Czapki’s has Mexican items like burritos, tacos, and botanas. Plus there are American items like a fried bologna sandwich, sloppy joes and egg salad.

Czapki’s is located at 210 N Main St in Downtown Milford.  Check them out online at https://czapskicatering.com.

***

White Castle is the Reporter Food sponsor of Oakland County Times, supporting our quest to explore restaurants throughout Oakland County. Find White Castle locations, and more information about all their menu options, at www.whitecastle.com.

Do you have a suggestion for our Reporter Food column? Join in the conversation on Facebook and leave your recommendations.

Check out other Reporter Food columns HERE.

About the author

Oakland County Times has written 13713 articles for Oakland County Times

Contact editor@oc115.com for any questions or story ideas! Please support this work by becoming an advertising sponsor or by chipping in through the PayPal button on the right side of the page.

Comments are closed.