Transport yourself back to the 19th century and gorge yourself on traditional Polish fare. The cream, grey and white coloured rooms on the ground floor are bedecked with antiques, paintings, all forms of dried flora and various bits and bobs. Luckily, Florian manages to stay just the right side of being overly stuffed with such decorative items, making it an ideal place to savour dishes from both their 'Water' (fish and other lighter fare) and 'Fire' (spicier dishes) menus. If you are looking for a bit more privacy they also have an 20 person VIP room. The attic "pub" is warm and welcoming with a 200 year old fireplace hearth, which doubles as a bread and gourmet smalec station. The building itself is quite interesting, having been originally built by General Wilhelm Mier as a barracks for the Szwoleżerów guard way back in the early 18th century.
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Open 10:00 - 22:00. Sat, Sun 12:00 - 22:00.