The Museum of the History of Polish Jews is by far one of the most attractive new buildings in the city, so it comes as no surprise that the museum eatery is also something quite special. Self-service it may be, but it’s a stylish and quality venture. Enjoy a coffee, cake or sandwich in the foyer area, or enjoy lunch while sitting in the smart dining room area. The menu comprises of a selection of Jewish, Israeli, Polish and Kosher options (certified by the Chief Rabbi of Poland). A brilliant stop off point during your visit around the museum or well worth navigating the museum’s airport-like security just to enjoy the restaurant itself.
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Facilities for disabled
Open 10:00 - 18:00, Wed, Sat, Sun 10:00 - 20:00. Closed Tue.