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I went there with my friend of Ukrainian descent. She liked the place and was also amazed that this is really similar to Ukrainian style of cooking. Good zurek and very good tatar. It does not look very nice from the outside but give it a try. Location is quite good. Two minutes form Swietokrzyska station and after a meal... More
At first we had difficulty finding Kresowa Hawira on Szkolna,until we realised it had changed it's name to 'Banja Luka'. I think there is another restaurant in Warsaw with this name too.Good hearty plain polish food . Very rustic interior , reminded me of an old agricultural out building. A couple of musicians wonder round playing polish songs , creating... More
It is a wonderful place for a country style dinner, with a live-music and a plenty! of good food. Nice experience for foreigners. Remember to eat ribs.
I was in the restaurant on winter with my boyfriend ,it was his first time in Poland . I am a polish and I can say that was the best place which we visit. Yes,very busy but food and service were more than perfect. Was live music,we were dancing until last song and the band make everybody feel comfortable. I... More
This is a place I'd recommend if you are going out for a beer and want to listen to polish music. The restaurant is authentic, I'd not recommend it if you are going out to eat. If you plan on eating here, don't order the steak sirloin! I asked for a medium steak, got one that was over cooked, the... More
It is a nice place located in the centre of Warsaw. There is traditional atmosphere and live music. The food, mainly meat (mutton or duck), is tasty and the plates are big. The price is ok even if not so cheap (a meal with one starter, one main dish and two cola, but no wine or beer, costs around 20-25... More
If you love good food, nice atmosphere, attractive interior decoration, helpful staff with great attitude, this restaurant is a must! Dishes are not only typical Polish but also from borderlands, like Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Belorussian. I visited it once only, and I'll come back for sure!
The place is just awesome. Food is great (but it's absolutely not light!). The service is very helpful, kind and even gallant. You can try Polish specialities surrounded by great Polish folklore. Sometimes you can hit on live music there. My foreiger friends just love it (not only the music, but the entirety. Alcohol is served there (you can order... More
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