Poznan

Pyra Bar

  ul. Strzelecka 13 ,   Old Town          (+48) 61 851 67 62     more than a year ago
What’s a pyra you may well ask. Well pyry (plural) is a common term used by Poles to describe the inhabitants of Poznań (or Pyrlandia as it is sometimes referred) and is one openly embraced by the locals. Pyry are simply ‘potatoes’ and the term is thought to have originated in the 19th century possibly from the French ‘puree’. Local souvenirs and even local awards have since incorporated this unofficial symbol of the city yet it's surprising that this is the only genuine Potato Bar we have come across. The menu offers a selection of the noble potato prepared in baked, fried and casseroled forms as well as potato pancakes and of course chips. Our favourite is the Pyry z bzikiem, a potato with cottage cheese, chives, and onion. Delicious and an absolute bargain.

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Child-friendly
Takeaway
Home Delivery
Wi-fi
City card

Open

Open 11:00 - 21:00, Sun 12:00 - 19:00.

Price/Additional Info

(9-20zł)

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09.02.2014
Frank
Netherlands
Forget pizza,sushi and kebab in Poznan as in this part of the world the potato is the staple food and they sure know how to prepare it. Everything is very well prepared and should appeal to all hungry travelers, potato lover or not. And this won't kill anybody's budget. Recommend to anyone.
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