Set in the historic building that once housed (and will again someday, according to rumours) the Hotel Bazar, the name of this smart restaurant honours both the building and the year it was built. Looking far pricier from the outside than it actually is, the food scores well in the price to quality ratio, and is served by a friendly English-speaking staff. Along with imaginative interpretations of typical Polish dishes you’ll find pastas, salads, and a variety of original dishes. Every 3 to 4 months, they change their menu, so visiting more than once in a year is certainly recommended, and, via facebook, you can peruse their lunch suggestions for the week! Expect to pay anywhere between 46-135zł for a course, whilst a soup goes from around 28zł. It's fair to say that this is a place to impress without buckling the credit card, though you may have to protect the plastic from the exclusive shops nearby!
Facilities for disabled
Open 12:00-22:00. Sun 12:00-19:00, Closed Mon.