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Unfortunately have to say that food was absolutely disgusting. I know is busy and everyone gives 100% but it doesn't mean that you have to give that kind of food for the customers! Couldn't feel nothing than flour in the sauce , meat was hard...and tasteless , potatoes like for pigs ...
The atmosphere of the place is very authentic and unique. The interior design is very consistent and together with the helpfull staff and the surroundings create very nice idyllic atmosphere. You can get there typical polish style meaty food and lots of potato variation. I...am nit a big fun of such food however it was tasty.More
I am from Bialystok and I visited Poland after 5 years of living abroad. My old friends recommended the place for good traditional food. Folwark nadawki serves really good Podlasian food. It was 6 of us. We ordered two sets of food. One with pierogi,...kiszka ziemniaczana (potato sausage), and kartacze. And the other one with kiszka, babka ziemniaczana (potato cake), bigos (cabbage), and golonka (kind of meat). I think I have had the best pierogi ever. All the food was super delicious and very filling. The two big plates were plenty of food for 6 people with a lot of leftovers. You can also serve yourself a free appetizer witch is smalec (traditional spread) with bread and ogorki kiszone (cucumbers in brine) - very very tasty! They also served us with 2 pitchers of podpiwek (traditional drink made on yeast, no alcohol). I have never liked podpiwek in my life but let me tell you that was delicious! I could not stop drinking it. All of that was included in the price.
Folwark is secluded, in nature, far from the city noises. It used to be a farm. So the restaurant has a very nice climate. Waiters were also very nice.
Please visit this place and you will not regret it. Delicious food, and not pricey. I was surprised how low the bill was (at least when I translate polish currency to US dollars, it seemed very cheap).More