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Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie

Ealing · Polish · ££££
52 Reviews

About Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie

Located on Ealing’s High Street, Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie is the place to go for delicious Polish delicacies served in a stunning setting. Whether its for a hearty three-course meal or a sweet treat, Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie is the ideal choice and a favourite among London’s Polish population – which is a testament to their authenticity. Dining at Sowa is an elegant affair, the restaurant has muted lighting, cosy furniture and service that is quite simply unrivalled. This is one spot not to be missed – just remember to book in advance though, because Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie is know to fill up fast.


Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie
32-33 High Street, Ealing
London W5 5DB

Opening Times

Closed today
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Chef's Choice



Glazed Pork Rib " Grey Dumplings"

Fried with bacon and sauerkraut, served with seasonal salad.

Goose Leg "Confi"

With marjoram potato dumplings, red cabbage and orange sauce.

Pork Cutlet

With fried cabbage and potato puree

Chicken Drumsticks

Dill puree, glazed carrots and green peas in honey Jim Beam.

Potato Pancakes

Forest mushroom sauce (boletus, bay bolete), cream with smoked salmon.

Beef Roulade from Traditional Polish Recipe

Simmered beef stuffed with bacon and pickles. Served with cucumber, onion salad and beetroots with horseradish.

More about Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie, London

The crux of Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie is ‘Polish food, cooked with finesse’ and honestly, that sums up this Earling restaurant to a tee. An excellent blend of traditional and modern Polish dishes has garnered this London favourite a solid reputation as the go-to restaurant for the Polish community, as well as anyone with a hankering for pierogi or a hearty feed. Begin with some smoked fish with buttermilk, pickled cucumber and wholemeal bread and a bowl of traditional Polish sour soup with quail egg and potato puree.

Following on from that, no visit to Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie is complete without a serving of traditional pierogi (Polish dumplings) with your choice of filling, including goose meat, shallots and truffle sauce; mushroom and sauerkraut or boar meat with chanterelles sauce, spinach and cranberries. For those keen to fill their boots, don’t forget Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie’s traditional beef roulade with Silesian dumplings, beetroot and horseradish; duck fillet with all the trimmings or fish fillet with wild rice, green vegetable and tomatoes. Of course, you also can’t leave without something sweet, so be sure to sample the Sowa branded cake or the frozen parfait with white chocolate, rhubarb ice cream and strawberry jelly. This Earling High Street restaurant is one of London’s best and as such, reservations are recommended.

52 Sowa Restaurant & Patisserie Reviews

Lukasz K.21 days ago · 1 review

Jedzenie oraz obsługa jest wyśmienita polecam każdemu kto lubi pieścić swoje podniebienie przepysznym jedzeniem,a ze znajdziemy tam wszystko od przystawek po desery lody itp myśle ze każdy bedzie zadowolony

Steven H.a month ago · 1 review

The best service you'll find in London - genuinely lovely, traditional and warm Polish hospitality. We take all our good friends there and they leave loving it too. We'll be back soon, no doubt.

Meenal J.2 months ago · 3 reviews

We had a lovely dinner there last night. The mushroom soup was delicious as were the pierogies. The staff were very welcoming and friendly and the atmosphere in there is relaxing and cosy.

Merly U.2 months ago · 1 review

It was a great evening. Our first time eating Polish food. It was really nice and delicious. Exceeded my expectations ten folds.... would recommend and will be back. The service was great too. Thanks!!!

Gerard K.a year ago · 1 review

The food was excellent. Pierogis and gravalax to start and Pike stew for main. I have never even seen Pike on a menu before - and it was delicious. The service was great and the waiting staff were very helpful and attentive. The atmosphere in the restaurant was very relaxed. And the attached deli is superb - we were too full for dessert but we left with a couple of boxes of apple cake and Krakow cheesecake from the deli (to eat later).

Magda W.a year ago · 1 review

A lovely restaurant with superb food. Traditional Polish dished cooked to perfection,from simple pierogi to tender pieces of meat, accompanied by immaculately presented vegetables. It's a great lace for a date or family meal. I truly recommend, espenally that the prices are very reasonable. And don't forget he patisserie next door. Once you try any of the cakes you'll want more. The choice is incredible! So eat some in the cafe and take some home because it's absolutely moreish.

Adam B.9 months ago · 1 review

Delicious food, beautifully presented and at good price. We had sweet Galician Beetroot Soup and traditional Polish Sour Soup "Zurek" to start with - both fantastic. Then I went with Chicken Fillet Supreme (house Sauvignon Blanc goes great with it!) and my girlfriend had Pork Knuckle. We were both delighted with our choices. Smiling and helpfull staff. Waiting time between courses was a mere couple of minutes (restaurant was getting busy - half full at the time). Highly recommended!

Yogen H.9 months ago · 1 review

Absolutely delicious! Lovely waitresses, very helpful when it came to recommendations. Really generous portions too! My partner and I didn't have a vegetarian mains but the starters and dumplings have options for vegetarians and they're very filling and full of flavour! Definitely recommend trying this place. If you have a sweet tooth, you're spoilt for choice as you have the patisserie section attached where all the desserts are displayed. Can't fault Sowa. Thank you, we'll be back!

Izabela Z.a year ago · 1 review

Great restaurant with very tasty traditional Polish food. Friendly staff and a big bonus for dessert lovers : the restaurant has its own cake shop with plenty of choice. The cakes are delicious. Lady behind the counter making dumplings in front of you will make you feel like you are in Poland for real. I would highly recommend Sowa restaurant to everyone.

dorota s.a year ago · 1 review

Amazing and really tasty food, friendly staff but could be more attentive throughout. We asked for and were given water and waited but nobody came back with the glasses-we had to chase the staff, we ordered a drink but nobody delivered it- had to chase the staff, we asked for the bill and got one but nobody returned to get it.

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