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We had lunch here on Tuesday, 9 July at 1 PM.
We ordered a Margherita pizza + carrot surowka for our son, and a sweet chilli salad, a wieprziwina salad and pasta bolognese.
To drink we ordered a lemonade, cold coffee and Ginger and lemon...tea.
Very delicious. I strongly recommend the salads and the cold coffee.
The waiter was friendly, helpful and professional.
I strongly recommend this restaurant if you are in nowy saczMore
Really great pizza (and other food too from my friends comments). Staff were excellent passing my simple test of serving food to the person who ordered it without having to ask. It’s not difficult but only the better restaurants seem to manage this. As ever...in Poland the prices are ridiculously low compared to the UKMore
When you are around N.Sacz during lunch/dinner time go there without any hesitation. Food is impressive; from good looking and taste point of view.
Most probably you even have not expected such delicious food in this city.
Located next to Nowy Sacz Main Square (Rynek), in one of the main streets.
Local has been recently refurbished: atmosphere is great, relaxing, very clean and "warm".
There is a very nice well arranged corner for the kids to play.
Menu is assorted: italian food...(pasta, pizzas), burguers, meat, salads... For sure you'll find the perfect fit to you. Portions are also
Service is correct.
We went with 2 small kids and had really good lunch. Menu also have options for kids. We took kids burger and nuggets: good, properly cooked, fair quality.
for 5 adults and 2 small kids, we paid 200zlt (no dessert neither coffees). Prices are fair: 25zlt for a pizza (average), 7-10zlt for soup, 20-25zlt for a hamburger.
100% recommendable, we will come back for sure!More
The best dining experience from our trip to Poland. The meals (salad with grilled pear and blue cheese honey mustard dressing, pizza, chicken supreme, and desserts) we had were super tasty. Staff was very friendly and professional. Highly recommend to visit this restaurant in the...heart of the beautiful city Nowy Sacz.More
What a pleasant surprise! I lived in Nowy Sącz over 20 years ago and I remember this restaurant's reputation to this day, and was reluctant to try it... still, we were persuaded by the TripAdvisor reviews and were absolutely delighted with our lunch.
Great, smiley,...friendly service; delicious and well-presented food, and a lovely setting on the main pedestrian street. Everything tasted fresh and good quality, and they excellent beer on tap too.
So pleased that Nowy Sącz has such a good place.More
Had lunch on a whim here, and it was very good. From the substantial menu I chose crepes filled tith spinach, topped with a spicy tomato-based sauce. Came with little drips of mustard and more. Very good,!
My partner had bruscettas and spaghetti, I think...she was happy too. Staff speaks English well.
We sat outside and found ourselves exposed to the local down-and -out-men who came up to plead for money.
We returned in the evening to sample the excellent open Kitchen. Very modern and pleasant, colorful place. Just loved it.More
There are not too many restaurants that really welcome kids and very few actually provide a separate play room for them. Nevertheless, Imperial Restaurant does! It actually works out well for parents and even kid haters as the children romp around in the playhouse that...is on the side hence leaving the adults to enjoy their food in peace and quiet. The food is mostly Italian but there are a couple of Continental choices and some salads. I had the Pasta Bolgnese, which was very good with a rich and thick sauce but the portion was very small and for most people would only make a decent appetizer. The steak with fries and salad that was ordered cooked medium rare actually came out if the kitchen medium well but at least the meat quality was decent. Pizza was very popular with the other patrons. They were pretty large and thin and they generally looked good. Service was friendly and efficient though language is an issue. The menu was all in Polish and the staff only spoke a few words English. There is an inside and outside seating area with umbrellas facing the pedestrian zone. Nice for pople watching. Overall a decent choice though it will not win any culinary awards any time soon.More