This is a charming and popular place that has achieved the right combination of style, good food and affordability. There are two dining rooms and an ... More
This is a charming and popular place that has achieved the right combination of style, good food and affordability. There are two dining rooms and an outside patio area. The main room is slightly more modern, with more creative design elements, while the second room features tablecloths and porcelain. The tables on the sidewalk are thick and wooden - more beer hall than restaurant, but at least they're in the sun. Eastern European-style Jewish food is on the menu here. This place attracts lots of tour buses as well as loyal regulars, so reserving ahead is crucial. The menu changes quite regularly, with the favorites remaining and new dishes being added. There are some very good soups and tasty appetizers. The wine list is extensive and there is a good range of other drinks. Everything is reasonably priced.
Been here several times, choice is not enormous, but what is on offer is "freshly" cooked & not simply re-heated as has been eveident in some other places.
A favourite with my MIL as it is good value for money.
What your Jewish grandmother may have cooked when you were a child. All classics and more... Try juicy carp with bacon and dates, Galician style, or perfect grilled trout, or mouth-watering duck. Don't forget a dozen of soup choices, appetizers and even Tsimes, if you happen to know what it is. Oh, yes, the desserts, too! Interior is much better than outside as the rooms are tastefully decorated with old photographs and period elements depicting Jewish life in old Warsaw. The waiters do speak English and the menu offers two-language listings. We came back for dinner next night.
They have nice food. The service is not fantastic, but if someone is not a queen or king, she/he can bear it. Usually quite crowded - at nights you are advised to make a reservation at hand. Menu in English - waiters speak so-so. Very good vodka and pretty cheap like for restaurants. Try tatar with some plum vodka or a set of starters.
A Polish guy from Warsaw.
PS. Outdoor seating is ok but Rom beggers are pain in your back.
We work and live in Warsaw and one of our first restaurant visits was this restaurant.
We were really disappointed because it was
a disaster, it's really not worth to visit it:
- the waiters were not friendly
- the fish was not baked enough
The only thing: it's very cheap ... but now I understand why.
There are much better restaurants in Warsaw.
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