Pub Lolek, which looks like a stone-age fort from the outside, is known locally as the "Flintstone Bar." Local ... More
Pub Lolek, which looks like a stone-age fort from the outside, is known locally as the "Flintstone Bar." Local bands perform regularly on a small stage. There is a large outdoor section, complete with a playground for the kids. A lot of people come here for the type of Polish food that they crave: grilled sausages and the like. Unusual dishes such as potato pancakes with tzatziki sauce and classic Polish bigos are also available. The drinks selection is extensive and includes beer and cocktails. A local beer costs around PLN8. Open all days of the week from around noon.
This is a cool casual place and the great alternative to other pubs in Warsaw. The place is somewhat more expensive than other local pubs, so it attracts a different clientele. Many professionals, typically 21+ yo. They typically have a cool band on the weekends and yes, they have a dance floor, so you can "Polka" all night long. Actually the place closes before 2 am :-(
There is a grill which features pork steaks, sausages, etc , baked potatoes,...
My favorite hangout in Warsaw, on Friday or Saturday.
The service is disgracefull. In fact, there is no table service, its all DIY from orderding the food ar the bar (or grill) to queing at the bar to buy drinks . One thing they fail to explain to the foreigner wanting to obtain drinks is how you must queue in line at the bar . However stood for over 25 minutes waiting to be served and not one barperson explained this rather communist like procedure which infuriated me . Now as the menus are advertised in English, its reasonable to expect at the very least som basic guidance on procedures for ordering drinks (maybe even a sign in English saying at one end of the bar ''Queue here''. I ate from the grill which is standard BBQ food and a buffet salad - dont expect anything too different. The interior seating plan is a communal style benched table layout that reflects your average college dining hall if a few art students got semi creative and tarted it up in something not closely linked to an african theme ..
Frankly speaking im not patient enough to accept waiting up to half an hour for service, if you are then good luck but dont hold your breath .
This is a tiny bar with a Parisienne feel. There are four tables but most guests prefer to perch at
the bar on ridiculously high stools and chat to the staff. Small, cool and unpretentious. A classy little place ...
This is Warsaw 's answer to the Viennese styled cafe. The high ceilings give a historical feel to the place
and there is a patio area that can be used in the summer. Here you can find colorful artwork ...
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