Restauracja w Hotelu Francuskim

Dingy, deliberately unfinished walls contrast with the olde-world, over-the-top service of white suit-jacketed gentlemen who serve everything at your table, even preparing some of it in front of you (like the laborious mincing of the steak tartar), all while a pianist tickles ivories in the corner (Fri-Sun). As such, you'll get a real kick out of dining here, and the set lunch offer - served 12:30 - 17:00 each day - is a fantastic opportunity to experience Francuski's high society inter-war elegance for a shocking 20zł (35zł on weekends, when it includes a glass of wine). We love it.



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Open 07:00 - 11:00, 12:30 - 21:00.

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Lance Grundy
Great Britain
The 20zl 'Espresso Lunch' I had here is, quite simply, the best value meal I have ever had in my life. My three-course set menu was served to me at my table by white-jacketed waiters and the chef himself. I had vegetable soup, beef goulash with noodles & pickled cucumber, a chocolate bombe dessert and a glass of cordial for an unbelievable 20zl/£3.96. Yes, that's right, formal dining for three pounds and ninety-six pence. Atmosphere wise this is no dingy den either. On the day I visited a fellow diner arrived with his wife in a Ferrari FF and the restaurant itself, and the hotel it is located in, is owned by the celebrity Polish chef Adam Gessler who also has restaurants in London and Warsaw. The Espresso menu changes daily and each day's offer is posted on Facebook and outside the hotel entrance. There is also an a la carte menu available for those wishing to pay more normal prices for their food!
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