Very simple and small menu. But really tasty soups and pierogi with good choice of sweet, meat, vegetarian fillings. Rustic atmosphere. Doesn't sell beer but selection of juices and fermented drinks. Nice lunch with delicious pierogi.
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After a very long travel day, we found this place on a side street near our hotel and what a find it was! It's small, seat yourself, order at the counter and the chef will carry it out to you when it's ready. If you'd...More
When you're a tourist and want to taste real polish food. And if you also want to experience polish climate. There's no better place. But do not demand high service or esthethic level. For place an order you have to stay in a queue to...More
The food in here makes me happy. Like big grin, can't stop eating kind of happy. Veggie options in tapas menu are perfect. Popped in for an impromptu birthday lunch and left feeling fat and pleased with our choice of 'somewhere to go'.
My wife and I dined here one weeknight evening in early January. The restaurant was quiet with only a few other patrons. I ordered a half order (7 pieces) of the Diavolo pierogi (15 zl) which was tasty and authentic but simple. My wife ordered...More
After having to wade through the crowds, this restaurant stood out as a local, family run restaurant. Average decor, but food is hearty and delicious. We ended up eating too many peroggies, so order a bit less, as you can always add to it. The...More
Inconspicuous Polish restaurant in one of the old town streets, i went there after a long walk, one of the tourist guides recommended me as a restaurant which is cheap, with traditional food, and not popular among tourist because it's a little bit hidden. Service...More