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Fine dining in all its glory. We were so impressed, that we visited again next day for lunch. It is more expensive than most restaurant in Poznan but considering the freshness of ingedients and presentation of plates it does worth every cent.
One of the best restaurant in Poland.
Polish cuisine on the top level.
Everything is just amazing and delicious basic on the fresh and local ingredients.
Chef and his Wife are such a nice and warm couple, always happy and ready to talk with guests....We love this place.More
Nice time in family restaurant! Very professional and nice restaurant service, delicious dishes and desserts. In this place you may buy cook's recipe book and hand made preserves, etc. I recommend it :)!
A last minute trip took us to Poznan. We were looking for a taste of something Polish. What a hidden gem! We enjoyed an exceptional meal. The staff could not have been more helpful and polite. To top the evening off, the chef even came...out to sign a copy of his cook book for us. One of the best restaurants we have ever been to and it has opened our minds to a whole new cuisine. Highly recommended!More
I was left amazed by this place, stunning interior, relaxing atmosphere and the taste I have not come across for a long time.
Perfection on a plate! Food was traditional however served in an artistic modern way.
I have purchased “A Noz Widelec” cookbook for...a chef friend who is passionate about finding new flavours and he absolutely loves it! The book reveals the secrets of this successful dishes and gets you to the whole new level of knowledge within gastronomic delights area. matchless gift!
I would love for a restaurant like this to open in London, I would be a regular customer then, but for now I will always visit A Noz Widelec Whenever I’m in Poland.More
We had a group booking in A Noz Widelec on a Saturday at 1pm. Location was easy to find, and there was parking space available just outside the restaurant.
The wait staff was welcoming and attentive. The menu had a lot to offer, and was...in both Polish and English language.
I have ordered sorrel soup. This first dish allready blew my mind. The presentation was just beautiful. Soup was flavourful, smooth and creamy with a crispy bacon on top for a contrast. It was served with mashed potato and quail egg.
The second dish I have ordered was Pierogi Ruskie. I have never found this traditional dish to be so scrumptious before. I have received a generous, lovely dressed portion of Pierogi served with creamy sauce. Every piece was Delectable.
For a dessert I ordered apple pie. Unique presentation and heavenly experience! Velvety meringue top with a warm luscious apple, cinnamon sauce and vanilla ice cream inside on a crusty base, delicious!
The restaurant was roomy and warm with decor being inviting and pleasant. Earthy tones, wooden floors and additions, as well as fresh flowers created a natural ambiance and brought up a tasteful relaxation.
I would recommend A Noz Widelec for groups, individuals, dates as well as family's as this restaurant is family friendly, offering play corner for children on the restaurant's first floor and a baby changing facilities.
This is an inspiring place, you can almost feel the passion for cooking as you walk through the door. The palette of flavours I was served with, has left a mark on my senses and I'm looking forward for the next visit.More
The presentation from the moment you walk in was classy and the food was one of the best I’ve ever tasted. The service was quick and the servers gave information on each dish. Inside and outside looked beautiful.
A wonderful place to be. A cosy and warm atmosphere. The polish cuisine at high level. I was impressed by the stylish tableware and the love for the detail. The staff is very friendly and attentive. Good wines from all over the world. We had...a nice red wine from the Douero region. The highlight were the desserts! You should not leave not having tried one of them. You have to make reservations and find the place by car-that is for foreigners not so easy!More
At first glance, a simple place without glamor, but the depth of taste, idea and experience we receive remains unforgettable. All food offered in this restaurant remind me of the taste of childhood. Ingredients used by chefs during cooking are seasonal and traditional. Menu must...have been thought about for some time by the head chef to be composed with such precision but love. Wine selection is correct, but they are not here to play the first violin. The service is friendly and obliging and the uniforms are fancy but modest. It is a pity that the restaurant is so far from the city center. I will come back here at every opportunityMore
You can get there by tram no 8 or 14 from city center (Rondo Kaponiera) to the end (Gorczyn) and then 10 minutes walk. Or by few buses, 701 stops next by... English menu is waiting for you inside, also all the staff speaks... More
You can get there by tram no 8 or 14 from city center (Rondo Kaponiera) to the end (Gorczyn) and then 10 minutes walk. Or by few buses, 701 stops next by... English menu is waiting for you inside, also all the staff speaks English.