The food was delicious but only one vegetarian dish- not much choice. Very friendly staff, lovely place if you like meat or sea food.
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Prawns in white wine sauce - an appetizer - to die for. Then my son had pasta with strips of beef sirloin and I ordered black noodles (sepia one) with shrimps and we basically wolfed it down - it was very very good, all of...More
This used to be a wonderful restaurant. I remember the owner as a person truly dedicated to his work, always ready to advise clients on wine and food. Now the place must have changed hands since I don't recognize it at all. I made a...More
This was our third visit and it only gets better and better! The seafood was again delicious and super fresh, the service very friendly and the wine selection just perfect! This is definitively one of best places in Warsaw for mediterranean style food/seafood and wines...More
Authentic, lovely food and wine! We had a truly Croatian feast just before Xmas. The seafood was very fresh and just as I remember it from Croatia. On Thursdays and Fridays a must try are: Pirjane Lignje and Dagnje. The service was swift and very...More
We've heard so many good stories about this place and we decided to give it a try. The atmosphere and the decor are nice. You are being greeted by welcoming and friendly staff. Menus are near and seem authentic (not an expert so hard to...More
We found this restaurant because someone said there was a good Croatian restaurant in Warsaw and Tripadvisor highlighted this restaurant. A conveniently short walk from the Plac Wilsona metro-station. My partner is vegetarian, and had a lovely hot stuffed-pepper starter and a spinach and sun-dried...More
A very solid first impression of this Croatian restaurant. Nice interior and atmosphere and friendly staff. Nice list of wines, but most of the wines sold by the glass were not available. Food seems convincingly authentic - we had some stuffed peppers and toast with...More
Well, how to start. First of all there are not to many restaurants at Zoliborz and Croatian cusine does not sound like Italian feast or sth, but....what a surprise! First of all service is really freindly from the start. Just open, candid approach. Secondly, simple...More
Very nice small restaurant located in pre-war boiler house, in which after the war was a cinema. The restaurant is run by a Croat living in Poland from six years and selling Croatian wines. The menu features a variety of Croatian cuisine.