Fantastic food and great service.
When you walk in, the first thing you notice is the decor. With stools hanging from the ceiling, and a unicycle across the wooden beams, it's an intriguing place, with plenty to draw your attention.
The service was friendly, and we'll organised, even though we were a table of 13. All food and refreshments were very reasonably priced, with 3 courses for £15 on the menu.
I had the surely soup to start which was beautiful, and tried some of my wife's Hunter's stew, which was delicious.
The goulash pork main with dumplings was good, but I was slightly envious of my wifes pork shoulder, which looked amazing!
Crepes for desert were lovely too!
If I hadn't been driving, I'd have enjoyed some of the many Polish vodkas on offer!
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