we were recommended to eat here by our Auschwitz tour guide and he dropped us off at the door. It's close to the main square but half the price and has great food.
The decor is interesting and the interior spotless.
the top level appears to be for quick meals but we headed downstairs to a delightful eating area, just like grandmas with knickknacks everywhere. The meals arrived quickly and were delicious.
my only complaint was the drink service. It was a quiet night but once we received our meal and first drink it took some time, and a visit to get the waitress, to order more.
But certainly try this restaurant if you would like something different and very Polish.
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