This restaurant offered a pleasant setting (outdoors in June). There was a variety of dishes, though for a place that turns up on "vegetarian friendly" on a TripAdvisor search the offerings were pretty sparse -- one nice vegetarian entree (main course) was on the menu. There also was a fish offering. And -- as elsewhere in Poland -- be sure to ask about salad ingredients if you are veggie-- one included "croutons" that seemed to have pieces of meat inside. And skip the "bialys" (rolls) -- as is well known, the bialy roll known in the US is no longer made in its hometown-- the Jewish bakers either emigrated or were killed by the Nazis. Esperanto (at our request) offered us a tray of six little dinner rolls with some onion on top--no relation to an actual bialy. Still this was a pleasant relaxing meal.
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