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Pieprz i Wanilia

A restaurant and travel club that embodies the spirit of adventure, perhaps it’s appropriate that it requires a bit of a journey just to get there. Don’t let that dissuade you, however – this is one of Wrocław’s most unique restaurants, with the world cuisine and unique décor informed by the extensive wanderings of the adjoining travel club. Find four elegant rooms, each decorated with original objects and photos to represent different parts of the world, including the African room and the Canadian room which now all serve the same menu. Following the chef’s fusion sensibilities, the food combines international flavours in unexpected and innovative ways. Located south of the city centre in the lovely Park Południowy, get there via trams 2, 6, 7 or 17 and get off at the ‘Orla’ stop. Or drop 15-20zł for the cab fare.

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Website

http://www.pieprziwanilia.com

Open

Open 12:00 - 22:00, Fri 12:00 - 23:00, Sat 11:00 - 23:00, Sun 11:00 - 21:00.

Price/Additional Info

(23-59zł)

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03.02.2014
Mark
Wroclaw
Pieprz and Wanilia was the place of my business training which took place last month. It was really fancy (in a good meaning) place for that. Generally we had separate room where the whole thing took place. The room was medium size - we were 10 people and everyone had separate place where we could comfortably sit. During the training we ate nice lunch – soup and chicken with rice and vegetables. I have to admin that the meal was very tasty (I could say, that the chicken was one ot the best I've ever eat). Our group were served by very good service (with big smile on their faces and not lazy at all). Generally it was great choice for a business training. Good job.
20.04.2012
Red Ted
USA
I keep trying to envision what the 'Canadian Room' could possibly look like and absolutely nothing comes to mind. Are the walls just blank? Any ideas?
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