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Don’t eat here if you want quick food but if you want excellent food freshly prepared then this place is where to go. We went in hoping to get good food and weren’t disappointed. The confit goose leg and duck with pasta in a cream...sauce were scrumptious as was the chocolate fondant desert. See photo. A wide choice of wines by glass or bottle. They even shared a glass of their home made Limoncello (but with vodka!). All for 170 plns approx £36!More
Small place 20 km outside Poznan, the place is nice and clean
I got a Ribeye steak with some fantastic side dishes and really good sauce . Only minus there was to much of steak that was not worth to eat.
The dessert tasted and...looked very goodMore
We had mushrooms soup, pizza and then two deserts: chocolate cake(the best desert ive ever had) and creme brulee also super tasty. Really nice food and atmosphere much better than in eatalia in center of poznan.
Maybe a tad more expensive than your average Poznan restaurant but thats because the food is far from average, it was absolutely amazing. Although the service was pretty much perfect they lost a star because after our main meals they pretty much forgot about us...and we lost our chance at dessert.More
Date of visit: November 2017
Anita K, Właściciel at Eatalia Borowiec, responded to this reviewResponded January 7, 2018
Thank you for your opinion. We are constantly working to improve so I am pretty sure that next time You will be fully satisfied visiting our Restaurant. See You I hope soon.
We stopped in this restaurant on our way back from Kórnik to Poznań - we were looking for something to eat and we found this restraurant on Google Maps. The reviews were good, so we decided to give it a try. The name (Eatalia) suggested...one more "italian" restaurant - so we thought they would have the regular selection of pasta and pizza. But that is definitely not the case. While they do have pizza and pasta, I highly recommend to try some other options. We had an excellent asparagus soup and veal liver for a starter, and for the main dish we ordered beef cheeks sous vide (marinated in red wine with balsamic beetroots). It was truly delicious.
This is really an excellent restaurant and I highly recomment visitit it. You won't be dissapointed.More