This new restaurant serves Polish and Bohemian food, my absolute favourite is the chicken in mushroom sauce with beetroot mash and polish kopytka (little potatoe dumplings). The owners of the restaurant are keen to make you feel welcome and you will be served bread with home-made tomatoe-butter and lard as a starter. The menu features different kinds of dumplings (pierogi) as a starter or main course and good old polish bigos which is just perfect for these cold rainy days.
All items are fresh and you will taste it. They also have an extensive range of spirits and some extraordinary wines - go for a glass of Lugana, an excellent choice. Although the restaurant is fairly new we've been here a couple of times already as it is conveniantly located on my way home from the office. Prices are very reasonable for Düsseldorf, most main courses are between 8 and 11€, lunch menu being lower priced.
You can also come here for coffee and cake in the afternoon, the poppy-seed cake is my favourite, yummy. The interior is very cosy and has been decorated with lots of passion for detail. It's definately well worth a visit!!!
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