We had a two course lunch here eating the beetroot soup and salad. Traditional European/Polish. Very good quality of the food, good service and reasonable price.
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A nicely design restauran not far from the old market on the way to the Jewish district. The food is Polish so in principle not light. The place is popular with locals and tourists. Also they are organising cooking class.
We had a wonderful dinner here. The trout was delicious and though it is a whole fish, it is completely deboned, so it is really easy to eat. The goose leg is also a great choice.
Tonight my husband and I enjoyed dinner at Kogel Mogel--which is actually the name of a dessert! Both of us had their traditional soup served in a bread bowl, a simple salad of mixed greens, shared an order of pierogi stuffed with goose, and each...More
This restaurant is probably a victim of past success and reputation - now also catering for large numbers - two large parties of 20/30 plus in addition to other diners when we went - can the kitchen really deliver individually prepared food with these numbers?...More
So good the first time that we ate here twice in 4 nights. Specialty is goose leg and you can see why, with its plum sauce its just delightful. On both nights we had not booked but they managed to fit us in. Service was...More