Extraordinary Eating Places in Poland

Abrams' Tower

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Abrams’ Tower in Wroclaw is one of such extraordinary medieval tower. Global music awaits you and if you have a special social occasion, its first floor has about 20 seating capaicity while the second floor is another 30. One good advantage is they planned in accordance to your budget and requirements, be it live music, parties, wedding events, business dinners, trainings, seminars or even bachelor parties. Abrams’ Tower can be reserved in advanced to suit your event needs. The pub called Spiz in Wroclaw at the market square’s corner is also another highlight. It is rather a microbrewery where you can try the free bread and smalec (dripping).

Mlynek Café in Krakow makes a great vegetarian restaurant with its cosy candlelit atmosphere. Delicious Polish food in vegetarian style, and a stunning relaxing interior. In the heart of the old Jewish ghetto of Krakow, look out for that little restaurant that has a speciality dish called ‘duck with cranberry’. Quirky décor as it has, find yourself in an eclectic mix of old sewing desks, small workbenches though it is an endearing place to dine. In Krakow, you really can find many interesting restaurants. The other to mention is the Farina which is just minutes away from the historical market square Rynek Glowny. If you enjoy Mediterranean pasta dishes, or even traditional Polish cuisines like fresh fish, you will find this rustic looking charming eating place wonderful. Painting with light green walls and the subdued lighting against wooden shutters and furnishings. It might be a little pricey but definitely worth pampering yourself and your family a little. In Warsaw, look for the café-bar called Miedzy Nami that suits people of all ages and nationalities at the ul. Bracka 20. Gdansk has a bar called the ‘milk bar’ or bar mieczny, some says it is a cheap reasturant which serves good quality meals such as Polish national dishes. Backpackers favourite whatever they like to say, says it all.

Bars and Cafes

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Poland Bars

Alchemia at the corner of Plac Nowy has a warm and inviting mood. Mostly lited by candlelight, vodkas, beers, divine hot choclate and cakes. Pod Kogutkiem in Krakow’s Jewish quarter of Kazimierz is another wonderful place. Bona Bookshop and coffee house offers you biscuits, cakes and coffee at the ul. Kanonicka. The other similar is the Massolit Books and Café at the ul. Felicjanek 4.

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