If you can find the courtyard entrance to this hidden cellar restaurant, you’ll descend the stairs to be greeted by a crossword-puzzled granny who decides if you can enter this kitschy country cottage of wooden benches slung with sheep hides. You’ll appreciate her approval once you’ve tried the żurek soup served in a breadbowl, to make no mention of the ‘placki po węgiersku’ - an enormous plate of potato pancakes smothered in goulash, cheese and sour cream. With budget prices for outlandishly large and delicious servings, this should be a go-to for anyone being introduced to Polish food...or who hasn’t eaten in three days. Also at ul. Szpitalna 38.
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Open 11:00 - 21:00, Sat, Sun 12:00 - 21:00.
U Babci Maliny
ul. Szpitalna 38