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I wanted a coffee but I am deathly allergic to milk, but when I asked for soya milk I was charged an extra 3 pln for the milk - an extortionate price. So to get a normal coffee for me cost more than it would...More
The herring in oil was terrible, way too much vinegar was used. I nearly broke my tooth because one of the olives wasn't pitted. The Pascha was runny and the gulash meat was dry.
But the worst part were the exorbitant prices.
This self-service restaurant is located in the very interesting "Polin Museum" (see separate review) . Mainly Jewish traditional dishes , at decent prices . It is good if you need a break from the tour of the museum .
Located in the Polin Museum, we found the Besamim restaurant very handy for a quick lunch before visiting the museum. The food is of a high quality, traditional Polish/Jewish. We were served quickly and there are plenty of tables. Reasonably priced and an ideal place...More
the cafe is located in the Polin Museum (Museum of Jewish History in Poland). It offers a nice array of traditional Polish dishes,many with a Jewish twist (e.g., Gefilte fish, hummus) The food is of high quality and the room is a very pleasant place...More
this facility is located in upscale "food court" called "koszyki" . it serves mainly polish traditional food but with very tasty enhancements. vine selection is satisfactory and be ready for high chairs and tables. we had a dinner there with sharing a lot of dished...More