Discover the best restaurant in Lower Silesia Province, Poland including Enzian, Siesta Trattoria, Bar Dobrze, Pizzeria Margherita, Kukutu Cafe, Restauracja Zielony Piec, I Love Pizza, odnova, Kontynuacja, Pierogowo
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4.5 based on 184 reviews
My dinner was ok although it was not as great as I could expect. The waitress tols us there are no places so we could eat sitting at the bar and there were people without reservation entering and they let them sit at the table so I feel it's not fair at all. Food ok but not to say I was very impressed.
4.5 based on 395 reviews
A we were 5 for a late lunch. Food was wonderful. Had 3 pastas, one salad, one baby octopus. Everything was delicious, portions were reasonable (not too big) to make it comfortable. Had excellent coffee (the real test for an Italian reastaurant ;) ), tiramisu and coconut ice cream for desert - lovely. With beverages (no wine), we paid 230 + 20 tip. Not a cheapie, but very reasonable for such an excellent meal.
If you "only" have pasta, prices are 16 - 25 (lasagna) zl.- Very affordable.
Service was so attentive and sweet, we wanted to ask the waitress to join us...
As for the place, it is so unbelievable, it somehow adds to the charm.
Hidden in the middle of tenement buildings block, far away from the center, in a somewhat shabby neighbourhood, we nearly gave up on it because it seemed so unlikely for it to be where the GPS directed us... But it's there, and it's excellent!
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Inexpensive restaurant with regional dishes on the market in Klodzko. In the card, in addition to regional dishes, you will also find vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. We offer catering for events of type - family gatherings, birthdays, christenings, business lunches, etc.. Support kindergartens, schools, companies in the food supply. Only fresh and daily prepared meals in a natural way. We do not use microwave ovens, for a simple reason - they are completely unnecessary;)
We dropped in for lunch, couldn't understand the Menu but looked at the food that was on display which the lady behind the counter told us in her English which we understood and was extremely helpful.
We had Soup, a Main Course with Salad & Potatoes and a drink of juice that was a combination of Celery, Kiwi and another fruit. This was a first time for this drink but it was very tasty and delicious. The cost was 43zl. I will let you do the conversion!
4.5 based on 418 reviews
A small place with a big heart. Master wheat and whole wheat thin crust, for which the recipe is world champion Luciano Passeri. Perfect pizza chef, in front of customers spin the pizza. Little Italy welcomes you!
Really a takeaway with half a dozen tables it would be a mistake to dismiss the Margherita. Clean and welcoming surroundings, the pizzas are excellent made freshly by the cheerful lads. The ingredients are visible and authentic. The fridge contains soft drinks that are as keenly priced as the pizzas. Should you want a beer with your pizza the lads are happy to give you a plastic cup to drink the beer you brought from the supermarket across the street.
My pizza diavola and beer cost just 24zl, £5.25 .
5 based on 205 reviews
Came here on a Saturday around 2:30 pm for a quick lunch. Ha! We sat down, ordered, and waited. And waited. And waited. The whole cafe was full, inside and out. The kitchen couldn't keep up, and the baristas were also running to fill orders.
My husband's food came out and he finished it before mine even got started. He had cauliflower soup (average) and this spinach and olive torte. The torte was both savory and sweet, which could have been pleasant but in execution was surprisingly unappetizing.
I ordered a simple chicken curry dish with rice. The flavor was good, but it was filled with arugula. I thought that was a bit random. Oh well. It was ok. But I had to wait an hour for it. The staff was exceedingly kind, as well as apologetic about the wait. But it was just too long.
I'd go back again if the cafe wouldn't be as busy. Because it's really vibrant and bright inside. The comfortable couches and chairs are inviting, and they played great music. Was so bummed that the food wasn't good. Maybe we just went on an off day, because I could tell lots of regulars were there. It's in an otherwise residential area, away from all of the other cafes and restaurants.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
When creating a restaurant menu we were inspired by Upper Lusatia local cuisine. Both dishes and the restaurant interior are a tribute to tradition. We combined traditional features and modern trends, such as e.g. the elements of culture - architecture, Lusatia hut interior, food ingredients from surrounding villages, cosy and colourful interior and cooking light way. The menu has always been determined by the nature. For this reason, we are inclined to making use of seasonal products. Hence, the menu is modified depending on the seasons and the availability of particular ingredients. Consequently, it's our aim to take care of the highest quality of all served meals and all ingredients and elements from which they are prepared.
Is a small cute place with a good menu. I likes the starters very much. Staff just spoke Polish and German so we had some problems to order, but they have an english menu.
4.5 based on 232 reviews
Cosy restaurant with for about 20 people. Interior tastefully decorated to create an Italian atmosphere. Quality ingredients imported from Italy certainly make their pizza stand out from the crowd. Delicious pizza served from wood fired oven. Service could do a little better though.
5 based on 201 reviews
We went here for a light lunch and ordered Greek salads. The portions were big and lots of salad with nice add-ons.
The issue here is price -- it's pretty expensive for a little town and has Warsaw prices. It is delicious, but be aware of the prices
4.5 based on 190 reviews
This was on my list of visits and it didn't disappoint.
We visited a few times during our midweek break and sampled all 16 on the list. The final time I visited one of the bar staff was unpacking a box which contained Can beers from Cloudwater Brewery Manchester.
Prices were average for beer in Wroclaw but much more cheaper than here in the UK.
I thought the bar staff were knowledgeable about the beers they were serving. They even offered tasters which many don't. I personally like Sour Beers and two really good ones were on at the time. They even had two angrams but no cask was currently on.
Food was also served but we didn't try anything there.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
We went to Pierogowo for lunch. It is just down a few steps off the main drag. The meat and vegetarian pierogi was first class. It was fairly busy but the staff were very polite and did a great job. The homemade compote was fantastic too. Highly recommend!
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