Video: Polish sisters open traditional bistro in hope of giving Worksop a taste of Polska

Polish sisters Maggie Kopanska and Dorota Michalowksa have opened a town centre bistro in the hope of introducing Worksop residents to their traditional Polish cuisine.

The two women, both in their thirties, originally hail from the seaside town of Swinouyscie in north west Poland and moved to Worksop six years ago- determined to integrate with the local community.

Sisters Dorota Michalowska and Maggie Kopanska have opened a Polish bistro, Sister's Diner on Gateford Road, Worksop

Sisters Dorota Michalowska and Maggie Kopanska have opened a Polish bistro, Sister's Diner on Gateford Road, Worksop

They enrolled in English classes at North Notts College and volunteered with the police before fulfilling their dream of opening their bistro, Sister’s Diner, which opened two months ago at 52 Gateford Road.

Said Maggie: “It has been a dream come true to open our bistro. We looked for a nice place to open our business for over two years before settling on the Gateford Road location.”

“We are passionate about introducing Worksop residents to Polish cuisine, and want to welcome them to our bistro. We prepare everything from scratch and buy meat fresh from the butchers. It’s healthy, wholesome food that we are certain the people of Worksop will all enjoy.”

“We offer homemade soups, dumplings, schnitzel, chicken dishes, pork dishes, meat stews, pancake dishes, fresh vegetable side dishes and much more, all at great prices.”

“Since we moved to Worksop our lives have been happier with more stability, and we look forward to a bright future here in the town,” Maggie added.

For more information on Sister’s Diner, contact the bistro directly on 01909 807510.

Or visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SistersDinerWorksop