We started our acquaintance with Polish cuisine from Kultura and it was indeed a good starting point. We had an opportunity to try some Polish dishes such as rosol with kolduny (soup with dumplings) and pierogi (dumplings of other kind). Both were ok, but on travelling Poland some more we discovered that we were not so fond of Polish soups altogether and that pierogi could taste even better. However more international tiger prawns in sauce were close to the best we ever had.
The restaurant adjoins the cinema; the Ministry of Culture is located in the same building too. Alluding to the cinema neighbourhood one of the inner walls is painted with images of famous actors of the past. Those of you who are into cinema could try to guess who is depicted on the wall while waiting for your food.
Generally interiour is very modern and even avantgarde with glass floor and plenty of metal, so definitely not everyone would feel cosy here.
We felt this place was a bit too expensive, but since our notions are coined mainly by Krakow, we can‘t claim it was overpriced.
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