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Innovative, well crafted, a perfect combination of traditional Polish & innovative cuisine. Lovely presentation, Passes ultimate test with wonderful flavours. A very talented, knowledgeable Christov (the chef).
We picked this place as we wanted to stay away from the crowd in the city centre and it was a great choice. The food was very good and we could even follow the cooks preparing it in an open kitchen. As it was a...More
We went here on the first night of our group weekend in Poznan. It was amazing. The waitress was excellent and, after trying to explain the menu using google translate, she arranged for the chef to come out to explain the menu to us in...More
The place certainly has some fine dining aspirations, all the while being relatively inexpensive. Some of vegetarian or vegan options are available, depending on the current menu. Definitely worth the visit!
We went there to get our dinner and it was our first visit there, but it was a positive visit
The waiter came fast and was very polite, the beverages and food came fast and tasted good.
It’s for sure value for money there and...More
After seeing reviews that this place is 5 star, I must admit I was expecting much much more. The menu was fairly extensive, but the waitress immediately told us all of the things that were not available that night which narrowed things down a lot....More
If you are looking for traditional polish food, go somewhere else.
However if you already had the traditional soup, the pierogi etc and want to try more modern polish food then this is a great place.
Price is affordable compared to a modern contemporary restaurant....More
We went here for dinner on our first night in Poznan, not having any idea what was available. We wanted something close to our hotel and it was.
Delicious portions, à la française.
Limited menu, maybe (?) typically Polish, but not what we had in...More