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Perogy Drive-Thru In Canada May Be The Only One Of Its Kind In The World

This is one for your foodie bucket list! There’s a super-unique perogy drive-thru in Canada and it may be the only one of its kind in the world.

Baba’s Homestyle Perogies, located in Saskatchewan, claims to be the only restaurant on the planet that serves-up perogies through a window.

The locally-famous spot reportedly dishes out up to 10,000 perogies every day, as well as 120 litres of borscht and 3,000 cabbage rolls.

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It’s a locally-owned business that has been churning out the European dumplings for over 40 years.

While the unique spot sells everything from tex mex, perogy poutine and cabbage rolls to homemade pies and ice cream, it’s the “Super Combo” that’s the most popular.

This mega-meal includes five perogies, two cabbage rolls and a steamed sausage, all of which comes with ground bacon, onions and sour cream.

More than just a drive-thru, Baba’s is also an eat-in restaurant, and you can also buy frozen goodies to take home, too!

If you're a big fan of perogies, there's also a giant statue in Alberta that pays homage to them. 

Maybe it's time for a dumpling-inspired road trip, eh?!

Baba’s Homestyle Perogies

Price: From $5.49

Address: 720B 51st St E, Saskatoon, SK

Why You Need To Go: This could be the only spot like it in the world — and it's right here in Canada! It's got to be added to your foodie bucket list, right?

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