We dropped in on a quiet rainy Saturday night, and were greeted by Phil the owner. As we were one of only three tables dining, Phil took plenty of time to make us feel welcome, and tell us about the history of the place and many of the rare imported decorations. Overall it was a warm cosy dining hall, somewhat eccentrically decorated with everything from pelts to cow bells to wooden carved animals and an large and odd collection of ties!
We ordered a pork hock with sauerkraut and mash (which was huge!) and a traditional sauerkraut stew with Polish sausage, and were impressed with the hearty, tasty, home-style meals. We also tasted a few of their range of polish vodkas, which are definitely worth a try too!
After dinner Phil took great pride in showing us the gallery which contained further hard-to-find Polish arts and crafts on display, and an impressive collection of amber jewellery and art (as a geologist, Phil will be able to teach you a thing or two).
This was a great night out, and much more than just dinner. Definitely recommended!
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