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Four of us dined here on a Thursday night. It was packed and you need to book in advance. There is traditional Polish food and a varied menu. Great service, good food and excellent value. Big portions so make sure you are hungry when you...More
Delicious food and the loveliest service my partner and I have ever come across.
Hearty home made generous sized portions of fish, chicken, potatoes and salad. A wholesome experience indeed, I'm hoping they've added some more vegetarian options to the menu and possibly vegan? As...More
A wonderful restaurant, good service and great home cooked Polish food. The baked cheesecake was huge and very delicious. The mains came with fresh salads which was a nice touch. I'd definitely go there again.
There was nothing wrong with Ania, but just not quite my cup of tea. The food I sampled was simplistic, home cooked style, which although highly rated by others and my companions, didn't quite seem value for money (£13.95 for meat and a small amount...More
Been here three times in six months. I break my journey in Nottingham on the way to Southsea from Northumberland.
Being ancient I can spend loads of time looking for treats. Whilst not Polish I have eaten the food for nearly sixty years. If it...More
freshly cooked food, incredible portions and flavours with extremely reasonable prices. Would pick this place over any sunday roast. Would be perfect if it opened earlier on a Saturday as would love to go for on lunchtime or late afternoon with kids!