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Wrocław Restaurants

Wrocław Restaurants
The diversity and quality of restaurants in Wrocław is ever improving - as is the quality of service - and the city’s respectable number of international restaurants reflects its status as a thriving urban centre. While In Your Pocket once tried to list every eatery in the city centre, the expansion of the market and sheer redundancy of many restaurants (upscale Italian anyone?) now make that pursuit impractical. In our dining section you’ll find reviews of the most noteworthy and high-profile establishments in town, from those well-hidden places you shouldn’t miss, to prime locations you should swerve. While our print guide carries a large selection of restaurants, you’ll find even more on our website, where we encourage you to leave your own reviews of the places you’ve visited.

All IYP reviews are completely subjective, unsolicited and updated regularly. The figures we quote in brackets represent the least and most expensive main courses on the menu. The hours we list are not the opening hours, but the times between which you can expect the chef to be working.

Below are some specific recommendations depending on what you might be looking for.

By common consent JaDka (Polish) remains Wrocław's best restaurant, though Le Bistrot Parisien (French) isn't far behind in our book. For fine dining in an unforgettable location head to Wieza Cieśnień's water tower terrace or the Monopol's rooftop Restauracja Acquario (International). Japanese eatery Darea offers scope for extravagance, while Brasserie 27 (International) could have you reaching for your plastic.

Wrocław is full of cheap eats, with highlights including BLT & Flatbreads and Sztrass Burger (American). Kuchnia Marche and Centrum Kuchni Polskiej (see Quick Eats) offer surprisingly good food priced by weight, and if you're really on the cheap you can wait until 30mins before closing when they cut their prices in half. If you're loco enough to go full local, it doesn't get cheaper or more authentic than a Milk Bar (see box) in the afternoon, or a Polish Snacks & Shots bar for a late night refill (see box in Nightlife).

The busty maidens of the Bierhalle and Spiż breweries (see Nightlife, Breweries), along with the costumed gents of Pod Fredra (Polish), will keep you piled with beer and brats all day and night. Alternatively, head to Winners (see Bars) for precision steaks with a view of the match.

Wines & Olives (Mediterranean) and the rooftop Restauracja Acquario (International) were made for romance, while JaDka (Polish) always impresses with its high quality food. Boats routinely score high romantically, so moor up at Barka Tumska (International).


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