Resembling a traditional mountain lodge, ‘Under the Bell’ is bursting with giant timber beams, beautiful 200-year-old wooden furniture, rusty machinery, old pots and pans, piles of dusty books - even the barstools are fashioned out of saddles. It all contributes to a congenial rustic atmosphere, and while the menu focuses on traditional Polish fare with mouth-watering renditions of classics such as sour rye soup, turkey liver with potato pancakes, duck with cabbage and dumplings, and pork chops, the philosophy of the kitchen is hardly the throwback that the interior suggests; all dishes are gluten free and there are even vegan options. A 'tapas set' of their most popular dishes is available on request.
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Open 13:00 - 22:00. Sun 13:00 - 20:00, Closed Mon.