Bars & Clubs

British Bulldog Pub

One of the biggest anti-climaxes in recent years. Found in the venue that for many years housed the uninviting London Steak House, the British Bulldog pub saw the place completely rebuilt, a great year round terrace added (where you can smoke) and the introduction of British and Irish beers. A good looking menu and satellite television promised some sort of choice for the English speaking expat zloty. And then the British front man leaves shortly after the re-launch and the place loses traction. Far be it for us to declare this place as lost so early as it still looks impressive and the beer is wet and the satellite connected, but it’s got a lot to do particularly in the kitchen and on the service front to get a thumbs up from us.


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Over a year ago

Great steak. Good value. Great beers and possibly the nicest waitress in Poland (and that is a bold claim!!!!)
Over a year ago
Local Ex Pat
Spent some time in the Bull Dog. Overall I found the staff to be to complacent and lacking managerial direction. The kitchen offers tourist trap food at 500% margins. Needs a lot of improvement and a change of staff.
Over a year ago
Dom Smith
Reading (UK)
I was in warsaw for a few quiet days and the Bulldog was fine. I only went in when it was quiet but I recieved good service, good beer and good vodka so I can not complain.
Over a year ago
was in this bar with some mates came over for the called off england v poland game, beer was nice most the bar staff was fine (one moaning about a packed pub singing) but would go back.
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