Niedzica [ɲeˈd͡ʑit͡sa], (Slovak: Nedeca, German: Netzdorf, Hungarian: Nedec) is a resort town in Nowy Targ County of Lesser Poland province, Poland, located on the banks of Lake Czorsztyn. It is famous for Niedzica Castle, also known as Dunajec Castle, an important centre of Polish-Hungarian relations built between the years 1320 and 1326 on foundations of a prehistoric roost. Originally, the village almost exclusively inhabited by the Slovak ethnic group (part of Hungary, between 1939 and 1945 belonged to Slovakia) was in 1920 and again in 1945 affiliated to Poland. The town lies approximately 6 kilometres (4 mi) north-east of Łapsze Niżne, 21 km (13 mi) east of Nowy Targ, and 75 km (47 mi) south of the regional capital Kraków.
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4 based on 243 reviews
Cafe Helenka - INTERNATIONAL MENU WITH A TINGE OF FRENCH FLAVOUR Situated in the historic heart of the Szczawnica resort, on the Dietl Square, is an ideal place to meet friends, have a business lunch or an afternoon coffee. The interior of the Café Helenka has been arranged with extraordinary elegance and meticulous attention to detail. Modern and comfortable solutions have been married with the charm and character of the regional style. First and foremost, the Café Helenka boasts an international menu with a tinge of French flavour and a wide range of aromatic coffees, various teas, appetising desserts and exquisite cocktails. Gourmets will delight in mouth-watering tarts and delicious sophisticated desserts. Discreet background music accompanies the guests during meetings or leisurely stays. To fully enjoy the unique ambience of the Pieniny resort, the guests of the Café Helenka can delight in their delicacies of their choosing on the terraces giving onto the charming and recently renovated Dietl Square.
4.5 based on 344 reviews
I have really liked interior of this restaurant. Very interesting. I have liked also very much taste of their cuisine. Soups were very tasty, the same main courses.
First big mistake. Main courses came 1 minute after soups were served. That is misunderstanding. I needed to choose if I will eat soup or main course cold.
Another mistake was double position of 1 course on the bill. Was it mistake or purposeful action..? I hope not. Of course I didn't get any fulfillment for this, even sincere ''sorry''. Sad because food was generally good and review could have much better rating.
4 based on 698 reviews
We have been visiting this nice karczma for several years now during our winter holidays. It has become our favorite place to dine in Bialka. It provided excellent food and atmospere of popular Polish karczma, let overcrowded at times. Hate to admit the overall quality of Litworowy Staw seems to decline though. The food is nice but the portions are getting smaller, the service is not so quick as before (we happened to be served by the same waiter twice this year to our regret), the total bill is higher than before. I noted that as soon as the popular food place starts to expand it looses control on the quality. I do hope that this place will stand its high standards. Can give only 4* for now, sorry.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
The restaurant is part of the hotel.
4 based on 127 reviews
Its not restaurant but simple,clean, nice eatery. Been few times. My partner and my meal not always were coming together. Soups are nice, every day different soup of day served in vase,portion enought for 3 people for 5PLN (1GBP). They have decent pierogi (dumplings), pancakes with gulash and roast pork is also ok. Prices are one of the cheapest in Szczawnica.
All in all not the best food of my life but a good, cheap find for Szczawnica.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
A tiny little mountain village in Slovakia is probably the last place you'd expect to find of Welsh Pizzeria, but here you are. This restaurant was such a pleasant surprise. The pizzas are good and the extra large is absolutely massive. So you've been warned.
3.5 based on 49 reviews
Good food in very nice building right on the edge of Pieniny National Park. Were went in just for breakfast and we stayed till next morning as restaurant is part of complex including Gościeniec with accommodation. Quite busy in the evening. Own car park with plenty of spaces.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Oriented mainly on Slovak traditional meals (but you can find also enough other sorts of food there) this wooden house is located in the beautiful nature surroundings and offers a high quality of meals with perfect serving. The prices are very reasonal. Worth for visit!
3.5 based on 58 reviews
Being in the Mountains in Poland may turn out tricky when it comes to food. Most places look good from the outside, like wooden chalets or ancient inns. You go in and things change. This is not the case with U Walusia. Very friendly environment and great food, though mostly Polish classics. You may want to try the griddled trout or a variety of Polish soups. This place is made for both short lunch or a long-haul drunken visit with your friends. The crackling fireplace adds to atmosphere. Recommended!
3.5 based on 52 reviews
I just visited Niedzica with friend with 4 kids and we stop for the late lunch in "Hajduczek" restaurant. Restaurant located very close to Niedzica castle, so the area is pretty busy during high season. But we were able to find the table on the patio without long wait. Service was great, food was delicious! Restaurant serves traditional polish food. Both vegetarian and non-vegeterian options are available. Great soups: we tried barszcz (borscht), żurek and tomato soup and all of them were great. Pierogi and naleśniki (pancakes) were great as well. Very reasonable pricing: we paid ~33 USD for 6 people.
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