You will be pleasantly surprised to find this thoroughly modern and recently renovated Mediterranean restaurant tucked into the corner of the Obywatelskie Brewery. They serve up mouthwatering meat mains, exotic fish dishes, practically pisano pizzas and pastas. The star of the menu is undoubtedly the hot-stone beef tenderloin. This succulent cut of meat is elegantly presented on a slab of lava stone and served rare with assorted sauces and sides. The stone is extremely hot so the longer the meat sits, the more it cooks. If you’re like us and you prefer your meat a bit bloody, you’ll have to act fast! Without thinking twice, this is the best steak we’ve had this side of NYC and it alone is worth a trip to Tychy. However if steak isn’t your thing you should still drop in as every dish here is made ‘with love’ and equally delicious.
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Open 13:00 - 22:00.
ul. Browarowa 7, Tychy
This is one of the most dynamic and rapidly developing spaces in all of Silesia and is a model for the post-industrial potential of the region as a whole. The brewery was opened in 1897 by Polish-Jewish businessmen and until WWI it grew steadily in statu