I try not to eat meat - I ignored this rule to try the cepeliny dish, which I didn’t eat since my Lithuanian childhood. It was less than mediocre . The rest of my company seemed pleased.
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First off, you need to prepare yourself for the service, or the lack there of. You will not be greeted and seated with a smile. You might even have to seat yourself. Second, you'll probably need to wait to order, wait a while for your...More
Fine restaurant looking like older cottage. Very nice serving. Interesting meal.I was enjoyed with herring with pickled onion. Crew was so friendly and willing that I had forgive small faults. Anyway I am sure to come back being in this region. When go inside, you...More
This restaurant offers a great choice of traditional Polish cuisine. I came here with my family (9 people ) and everyone's food was served quickly; staff were very helpful accommodating last minute changes to the number of people coming (moving tables etc) everyone's food was...More
Really charming interior and comfortable dining outside when the weather is nice. Had the mushroom soup and a grilled porkchop that was huge. Very reasonable prices, great service, huge portion sizes. You never leave hungry from a good Polish restaurant. Try this one for sure.
This is a popular restaurant with the locals. The food was fantastic, and the service was fine (although no English spoken). Quality food in a casual atmosphere.
Breakfasts were once 5 star dishes, and I loved coming here for the pancakes or the fry-up of sausages, bacon, eggs, toast, tomatoes and delicious white cheese spread. Unfortunately the quality got worse since last time we visited. The service has always been very good...More
Ate in the evening and found it hard to find something exciting. The soup was beetroot soup , more like a broth with beetroot juice .Not much taste and not very original, no veg just a few floating dumplings .I took the brade lice as...More