Wroclaw

Kurna Chata

  ul. Odrzańska 17 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 341 06 68     more than a year ago
Newly fitted brown windows hide one of the top budget choices you’ll stumble across. Feast on platters of uncomplicated Polish delicacies inside a chalet-like, pub atmosphere. The prices are rock bottom, and the food is the sort of culinary genius that only a grandmother could perfect, so be prepared to wait around for a spare table.

Amenities

Child-friendly
Takeaway

Website

Open

Open 12:00 - 24:00.

Price/Additional Info

(8-42zł)

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18.12.2012
Simon

I have been in Wroclaw many times , and i ate out at Kurna chatka in Nov 2012 . I had very good polish food here , traditionally cooked , Chicken cutlet Pan fried in breadcrumbs , served with grated beetroot , carrot , cabbage and mashed potato , with a nice sprinkling of fresh dill . I have eaten here previously , i think the food is honest wholesome food . I am an english guy and have got used to the cusine and know what to expect in Poland . I am fed up with hearing other so called upper crust tourists complaining of the food here and other places in Poland . When you eat a main course for less than £ 3 here , I think it's good food and outstanding . Some of the comments made by the La- de - Dar crowd are unfair , they need to get real . . . . ! If perogi is fried then of course they are a little fatty, but this is part of the flavour as they are fried with bacon rind . Some people have complain of everything . I think Poland serves some of the best food in Europe .
26.07.2009
Keith

Ok, I must be in the minority on this one but I feel sorry for anyone who has/had a Polish grandmother who cooked Polish food like what was served in Kurna Chata! The only thing that was comforting in that place was the 80's music playing and that's a stretch. Two young Polish women sitting below my table paid for their food and walked out leaving both plates full so I am NOT the only one who thinks that the food is BAD. Fried pierogi's are a turn-off to begin with but these leaked oil when pushed on with a fork. Ditto for the potato pancakes. Those were the only thing that gave me any nostalgia and that was for hash browns from McDonald's when I was a university student. The cabbage on top of the pierogi's was incredibly salty. I've never had it like that before and my family owns a Polish Food shop in the States. The best pierogi's I have had so far were from a tiny walk-up counter place inside of a market hall. I don't remember the name of the building. But they were damn good and only about 5 zloty for 8 pieces. OH< KURNA CHATA DOES NOT TAKE CREDIT CARDS! I went there based on that info being in the In Your Pocket Guide book. Luckily, the waiter was very, very cool and let me leave to go to the ATM machine to get cash. He was surprised when I returned 15 minutes later. I was conflicted having to actually pay for such poor quality Polish food. I am in Wroclaw for 2 weeks so more reviews will follow...
02.11.2008
OLA

just came back from wroclawkurna chata is the best restaurant in townclose from the main squaregreat food, great prices (starters and main meal for 6 people was £ 30MUST !!
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