Recreating the 1980s with Soviet newspapers, political cartoons, posters, and other era imagery while Polish 'hits' play from the speakers, Konspira calls itself a 'Centre for Historical Education' illuminating Wrocław's role in the Solidarity movement. With some English-language info it could do a better job at that, but as a restaurant it does a fine job of dishing out enormous portions of tasty local grub. The killer location includes a huge garden full of gorgeous trees(!) and a historical exhibit (Polish only unfortunately). Make sure you don't miss the 'hidden room' - walk through a wardrobe to discover a clever recreation of what a Polish apartment might have looked like in the mid-80s. Completely unique and worth checking out.







Open 12:00 - 21:00, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 22:00.




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