Friendly staff. Proper traditional polish food. Comfortable booths. An great value. You can’t go wrong.
My favourite polish restaurant in London! Highly recommended to every one!
The best Polish Restaurant I've been to! Highly recommend to everyone! Always coming back.
I enjoyed dinner because is good price and quality food.
Great place and huge portions. Real home cooked polish food. Will definitely be going back
Love the place!
People are super nice too!
The food is amazing. Traditional polish.
I love the place.
Fab food as always! Wspaniałe jedzenie nigdy głodnym się nie jest!)
Worst service ever, we travel all the way from west london there and we get worst service ever, waitress was rude and grumpy, giving bad attitude and showing lack of manners, feel sorry for the owners, because of the costumer service loosing lot of costumers, money, and getting bad reputation, im running restaurant myself and know simple standards and how to make sure we provide best service possible. Already talk with couple of people around and it seems no one had a great service there. Wish all the best to the owner and think about replacing stuff as that could improve a lot!
A great selection of Polish food, well cooked and nicely prepared. The service was standard and the ambiance was nice. I would certainly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for great food for good value.
great restaurant , simple without fuss,food honest and tasty ,home made cooking at its best
Great place, I have been here on several occasions and it's great everytime. Very authentic definitely feels like in Poland.
Always very good Polish food as I had at home .
The atmosphere is friendly and relax ,great price for honest food .
Im always happy to go there have a food , very good taste food , service amazing . For sure will come there again .
Hearty food and a lot of it, really good value too. The portions were huge, we had a starter so I couldn't finish my main which is great - I wish I had the courage to ask for a doggy bag. Each meal was very tasty, with nice accompanying polish beers and vodka. I'll definitely go back. I've never been to Poland so I can't comment on how authentic it is.
I love Autograf. With its chilled out atmosphere it's ideal for a relaxed meal, coffee and chat. It is very accommodating, service is really friendly and non- intrusive, food and desserts fresh and delicious and top value. The only suggestions i can make is for some vegan options (vegetarian without diary) on the menu. Autograf is our hot favourite.
Słabe jedzenie panierki wiecej niz miesa niepolecam
The food was delicious, the staff members polite and professional. Very clean place. Would recommend to visit.
Simply amazing food in a very cosy and warm restaurant in green lanes.
Best Polish food i have tried in London and a must try ribs bake din mustard and honey.
You will be coming back for sure :)
Large portions of delicious cheap food as usual - I love this place!
Hi i visited autograf on friday food and service amazing
I would recomend this place to anyone
I ma not the first time in this restaurant . I am polish so I know the real home cooked food . I am always very happy with the quality and friendliness of the staff .
Highly recommend to visit
We had a great meal at Autograf, the service and food were both great and the portion sizes plentiful. The waitress was very helpful and made suggestions about which vodka to try. They also have compote/kompot (drink) which is not easy to find, the cherry one is particularly good.
When seated I've asked the waitress if they still have fish, was told that they have. When placed my order, another waitress said that the fish is available only for membership holders. I don't understand why the other lady didn't claryfy that and why membership holders are prioritised over other customers.
Very good homemade food but over 30 minutes waiting time for starter. Staff really helpful, complimentary desert offered in apology for inconvenience with waiting time. Altogether really good experience, will definitely come back
Really good service. Booking is essential as they only have 22 covers and are always busy.
Food is simple but the portions are massive, I mean MASSIVE! I eat a lot and never leave wanting more. Practically everything comes with fresh mash potato and costs between £6.50 - £8.50 for a main course. Dishes like chicken cutlet and stuffed cabbage is around £7.
Their desserts are home-made and great value, small selection. Cheesecake, apple pie and Hagan Daas is about it, but big portions again.
Staff are very friendly and they have a very extensive flavoured vodka selection.
Only minus is the service can be slow.
Don't forget to order some pierogi!
As with other diners, don't expect frills. You are after tasty, authentic food. You get it, eat it and you go! Service, once food is ready, ( nb it is freshly cooked and no pings of a microwave, ) is quick and efficient. Very busy and we booked for 18:30. The surroundings are a throwback to a coffee bar era in the 60s. Tip.... order all your courses at once, inc desserts. Bit of a mix up, but don't know if I could have squeezed it in if had arrived. Most bookings by Polish locals, but a busy take away service too.
The food is like my matka used to make. Smacznego.
The food was very good as usual. Had to wait for the starter around 40 minutes which was a bit annoying. I think customers in the restaurant should be served first rather then the one who order take away.
I can highly recommend this place. You can get there proper polish meals.
A really good restaurant serving quality Polish food for a very affordable price.
I would defiantly recommend this restaurant to anyone who would like to try polish traditional cuisine. I took my boyfriend for diner to try how the polish food taste and looks like. Both of us really enjoyed the evening. We will defiantly come back to Autograf. Thank you and see you soon
After travelling to Poland, we searched high and low for our favourite Polish delicacies and we came across Autograf.
Unfortunately, it didn't deliver on the quality of the real deal. Our potato cakes were too oily and greasy (yes I know they are meant to be to an extent, but these seemed extra greasy) and the pierogi wasn't as fresh and tasty as we had hoped.
The service was slow but friendly, and it was a very cheap eat. About £25 for 2 9piece servings of pierogi and a plate of potato cakes.
Such a nice place. Great food and prices! Great customer service and vodkas
What a little gem and unexpected find this was - Had a fantastic time with friends - the staff were superb - very knowledgeable about the food and great service. The food was tasty and plentiful. The atmosphere was warm and you were made to feel very welcome. The multitude of vodkas on offer made the night fun. And the wine we had with our meal was excellent and again very very reasonable - I would not hesitate to recommend this little gem to anyone.
This is more of a cafe than a restaurant, so don't go expecting glamorous surroundings. It's quite small and spartan, with VH1 playing on the TV. But homely food was delicious, served in very generous portions and excellent value. Great selection of flavoured vodka shots, plus Polish beers and decent wine.
I had zurek soup to start, which came with good homemade stock, slices of smoky sausage, chunks of potato and half a boiled egg - a meal in itself. Friends had borscht with meat ravioli (also very good) and a starter portion of 5 assorted pierogi (which would have been enough for a main; the meat ones are particularly rich).
I then had the main course portion (9 pieces) of pierogi, choosing a mixture of the Russian variety (cheese, potato, onion) and cabbage and mushroom. These come topped with fried onions. They were freshly made with generous, well-flavoured fillings. My friends enjoyed the hunter's stew and the pork ribs, which come with mashed potato and pickled cucumbers - but could not finish the huge portions. A side salad of carrot and leek was also delicious and too much to finish.
Between us we also had a bottle of Merlot, two beers, four vodka shots (the hazelnut is particularly good) and a coffee - £25 per head, including tips. Without alcohol, you could eat well here for under a tenner.
Menu recommendations: pierogi, soups, carrot & leek salad, flavoured vodkas.
(Parking would be difficult in this location, but there's a bus stop nearby, serving a variety of routes; Turnpike Lane Tube is also close and they do takeaway/free delivery.)
Food is excellent and really "home-made".
Portions are big even for very hungry and atmosphere is friendly and warm.
Thank you ;)
Nice local place with well made eastern european food. The service was a little bit slow, but overall good. Massive portions and excellent value for money.
Im usually going to this small restaurant with friends to really enjoy the traditional polish food they have. It's lovely to come here for dinner or lunch. Having a few vodkas you'll properly enjoy it. So just come and try. Thanks again
I've eaten here around a dozen times and have never been disappointed. The food is delicious and portion sizes are good, pork or chicken in breadcrumbs in particular is massive.
This place is close to becoming a victim of its own success. Enormous portions of hearty delicious grub and people queuing out the door of this tiny establishment. If you've a healthy appetite and you don't suffer from claustrophobia you'll love this place. I do.