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, but the philosophy of the kitchen is hardly the throwback that the interior suggests. The menu has recently shifted from twists on traditional Polish fare to more international creations like corn crepes with pulled pork and portobello mushrooms, pork ribs with bacon and beetroot carpaccio, or Black Angus steak. A 'tapas set' of their most popular dishes is available on request, and 18zł daily-special lunch is served 14:00-18:00 Tue-Fri.
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Open 14:00-22:00. Closed Mon, Sat 13:00-22:00, Sun 13:00-18:00.