POLISH FLAVOUR COMES WEST
BRINGING inner city-style cuisine to Western Sydney, Table 78 in Plumpton could earn the title of the Best In The West.
Table 78, in the Polonia Club, was recently taken over by born-and-bred local Ray Kasprzycki, and has earned a nomination in Newslocal’s Best Of The West restaurant competition.
The Polish restaurant brings an eastern European flavour to the area inspired by the head chef’s upbringing.
Of Polish heritage, Mr Kasprzycki said the new menu would appeal to everyone.
“My dad’s Polish and my mum’s Australian ... this restaurant is a mix of how I grew up,” he explained.
“I grew up with a love of food and have brought this to my cooking — it will appeal to everyone and anyone as long as you have a mouth you’ll love it.”
The Standard scored a sneak peek of the new dessert menu this week, which consists of delicious chocolate eclairs and Polish doughnuts for just $5.
Mr Kasprzycki said he wanted to make sure the food was still affordable for local families. “I have tried to reduce the prices on everything – I am not here to make a million dollars, I am here because I love it. This is my passion,” he said.
The rest of the menu consists of traditional eastern European food, such as cabbage rolls, goulash, dumplings and pork knuckle.
Table 78, in Bungalow Rd, Plumpton, is open only on Fridays from 5pm. Details: Ray Kasprzycki on 0452 611 978.
Nominations for the Best In The West restaurants close tomorrow. To nominate visit gowest2016.com.au.
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Chef Ray Kasprzycki shows off some of the dessert delights on offer at Table 78 in Plumpton.