Grand Opening: Terminal 1 Polish Restaurant in Staten Island
After the Polish Place closed in St George, Staten Island was left without a place to get authentic Pierogi or Kielbasa Polish Style. Terminal One on Sand Lane just changed all that, it is Staten Islands sole Polish Restaurant and brings a lot of flavor to the neighborhood. Terminal One features a full bar including seating at bar with TV playing what’s currently happening as well as a separate dining area for casual dinners.
The restaurants menu options start with a full selection of Polish and American Style appetizers. Items such as Fried Mushrooms, Dumplings with Meat, Stuffed Cabbage and Chicken Liver can all be had in a $7 to $9 price range. American classics include the basics such as Mozzarella Sticks, Wings, Burger Sliders, Shrimp wrapped in Bacon and everything else you find on a American Bar style menu. Pierogi’s are offered for $7 with a selection of Potato and Cheese, Sauerkraut and Mushroom, Spinach and Meat.
Selection of Soups (samples written) include French Onion, Lobster Bisque and go for $6. Greek Salad can be had for $8 and a Tuna Steak Salad goes for $12. The main course offers a wide selection from various meats and fish. Breaded Chicken Cutlet in a sauce, Chicken Kebab are all featured on the menu. Main entrees are served with choice of potato, french fries or rice, salad and steamed vegetables.
Beef selection includes the famous Stroganoff for $12, Beef goulash prepared with mushrooms, peppers and onions in a brown sauce. Skirt Steak, Ribeye, Filet Mignon and T-Bone are all displayed on the menu. Australian Lab Shank with a red wine demi glaze as well as Hungarian Pancake’s, Polish Kielbasa and Bavarian Hocks are served under the pork section. Fish options include Filet of Bass, Sole with shrimp, Salmon Alasca, Shrimps and Scallops, Grilled Tuna Steak and Fried Shrimps with Fries. The restaurant does feature some daily specials not posted on the current live menu (but we will get it updated as soon as full menu is ready).
Beer Menu (Also posted on their restaurant page), Bottles of Polish Beer go for around $5 – $6 and include Lech, Tyskie, Lomza, Zywiec, Lezajsk, Hevelius, Perla, Okocim as well as the standard local beers (Corona, Bud, Spaaten, Sam Adams, etc…) Terminal One Bar also features draft selection of imported beer. Selection and pricing of wine by the glass and bottle is displayed as well as a large selection of mixed drinks and shots pricing so there are no surprises.
Currently Terminal One is the only Polish Restaurant and Bar on Staten Island, the restaurant is opened 7 days from 11am to 2am, until 4am on the weekends.