ul. Więzienna 18/1 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 318 75 66     01 Aug 2019
With the historical and cultural connection that post-war Wrocław shares with Ukraine, you would expect Ukrainian food to be more prevalent locally - but we're happy to just settle for Hortyca. With a radio playing from behind the bar and a simple menu of traditional dishes, this casual, cheap, and tiny restaurant offers a surprisingly authentic experience of Ukrainian dining, enhanced by folksy decor and flatware, and the full folk costume of the plump-faced waitress. If you're not well-versed in Ukrainian food, it's basically what you might have surmised: a blend of Polish and Russian cuisine; as such, the short menu is populated with dumplings, blinis, and borscht. Our plov - a rice dish with meat and 'traditional seasonings' - was delicious, and we capped it off by toasting PL's eastern neighbours with a shot of Nemiroff.
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Open 12:00 - 22:00.

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