Lovely cosy restaurant. Food was excellent. We shared various polish soups and dishes and all good. The home made wine was excellent. Prices are great for the quality and atmosphere. Good value. Would highly recommend.
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We were waiting for dinner more than an hour in this restaurant. We only ordered pierogi, hoping it would be quite fast. Because we came with our little daughter, we could not afford to stay too long, but we had to. There was no announcement...More
We went here for lunch on a rainy Saturday. This place is small and very cosy. In keeping with its name sake (roughly translated means “hut at the shambles”) The staff are very attentive and friendly and they were able to provide us with menus...More
The place is very cosy with great service. There is not very much space but it makes the venue really cosy. The prices are reasonable and service is quick. Their tomato soup is delicious. Not a lot of options for vegetarians but everyone will find...More
We visited this restaurant last night and all I can say is wow! I'm full. We started off with the cheese soup. Exceptionally tasty and presented very well in a small pot topped with spring onions and chopped tomatoes. This was very filling. I then...More
Nice restaurant, with very good Polish cuisine. They have wide choice of dishes. Pierogi and pork chop were good. Portions are large. Service is fast and polite. They have some wines and decent choice of beers. Price not low but the dishes are worth the...More
Good lunch at sensible price just few steps from the Market Square. Definitely worth dropping in for small lunch on the walk around town.
Having just arrived for my first ever trip to Poland I was fortunate to find this restaurant on Trip Adviser. The staff were friendly and the starter was, to me, weird. It was soup with hard boiled egg and sausages. Not bad, surprisingly enough. Then...More