Wroclaw - Eating
Eating out in Wrocław tends to begin early, with many restaurants opening as early as 7am for breakfast. Restaurants tend to be waiter serviced and efficient, while other eateries expect diners to order at the bar. Traditional dishes of meat, fish and vegetables cooked to age-old recipes are served alongside international cuisine.
Trattoria Va Bene
This Italian restaurant is located in the heart of Wroclaw, in a historic building. The tasty menu changes with the seasons and offers excellent meat, fish, pizza and salads, all prepared with fresh ingredients. In the summer time enjoy your dinner in the cosy garden and admire the beautiful houses and the Town Square.
For traditional Polish food, head over to Kurna Chata, situated in the centre of the city. The friendly waitress serves mouth-watering food like hot spicy beef goulash, pork chops and beetroot soup in a warm atmosphere. If you are feeling very hungry, do not worry, the staff serves huge portions.
Masala Grill & Bar
Masala Grill & Bar is an Indian restaurant, located right off the main square with outdoor seating. The chefs combine traditional Indian recipes with European tastes and takes Indian cuisine to a new dimension. The interior of the restaurant is based on elephants, a symbol of happiness and good luck.
Genuine French cuisine is a feast for the palate; the food is well prepared by a French chef and served in a charming and elegant setting. On the wine list you will find delicious French wine, a perfect complement to your meal.
Darea is situated next to the main square Rynek and offers a menu with Japanese and Korean cuisine, all prepared with high quality fresh products. The tasty food and the original interior, takes you on a trip to Asia.
The restaurant is serving traditional Polish cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere and with a warm unique interior design. The friendly staff serves dishes like casserole with mushrooms and pork in a creamy sauce, Mushroom soup and Ham hock.
Akropolis is an upscale Greek restaurant, serving traditional food like Souvlakia, Mix grill and fried calamari. Before the main course try some tasty starters like Halloumi cheese in honey with walnuts and figs or Tzatziki (fresh yogurt with garlic and cucumber).
This is a nice cosy gem, located in the Old Town, serving traditional Polish food with elements of modern European cuisine. On the menu you will find dishes like Duck breast with red cabbage, plums and dumplings. The atmosphere can be described as warm and is a child-friendly place.
This is a popular restaurant so you might need to book in advance.
Mosaiq Restaurant & Wine Lounge
Indulge yourself in fine dining in a high-class restaurant, Mosaiq offers French, Polish and international cuisine. On the menu you can choose delicious and unique meat and vegetarian dishes or why not eat fresh seafood? The restaurant team shares the passion for good food and wines which is reflected on the menu.
Traditional polish cuisine is a feast for the eye as well as the palate and a must when you visit Wroclaw. Pod Fredra is the perfect place to experience polish cuisine with a top notch menu. The interior design is folk inspired and makes you feel at home.
Wieża Ciśnień - Restaurant
Wieża Ciśnień is a restaurant seating around 50 people, plus a banquet hall serving international à la carte cuisine with accompanying fine wines.
This venue is half restaurant, half dance club, with a modern Mediterranean menu containing pizza and pasta as well as main courses with fish and meat.
Pieprz i Wanilia
Pieprz i Wanilia is an interesting mix of a restaurant and a travel club. The name means "Pepper & Vanilla" which refers to the time when spices were sought after merchandise from exotic places far far away. The restaurant is very elegant and serves cuisine from all over the world. Members of the travel club are invited to special events, but you don’t have to be a member to enjoy this unique restaurant.
Located in gorgeous medieval cellars in the heart of the Old Town, the elegant interior itself will have you marvel for quite some time. The menu contains traditional polish cuisine, an impressive wine list as well as rare liqueurs and vodkas.
Restauracja Rybna is housed within an old cloth hall and decorated to a traditional Polish design in the old Market Square. Exotic fish and meat dishes are a speciality.