Another month has passed and there is still no let-up in the number of new places springing up in Wrocław.
Here's a brief list of just a few places that have opened in the last month or so:
The rather refined but unremarkable Mleko i Miód has been replaced by Różowa Krowa, a modern looking milk bar.
As you'd expect at a milk bar, there's copius amounts of classic Polish grub at affordable prices.
Given that eating out in Wrocław is becoming more expensive by the day, budget options such as this are bound to popular – provided the food is up to scratch.
Fancy having a coffee in the company of a parrot? If so, Parrot Coffee near pl. Bema is your place!
The parrot cafe concept has gone down a treat in Warsaw, despite some negative headlines regarding the poor welfare of the animals. So one can expect that this latest venture will also be a hit here – at least in the short term.
Another new concept in town is Basket Bar, a sports bar and pizzeria that's completely dedicated to basketball.
Basket Bar screen every match of Wrocław's two local basketball teams, Ślęza and Śląsk, as well as some late night NBA games.
Basket Bar also serve coffee, sandwiches and pizza during the week, which is ideal for anyone working in the office buildings near Rondo on Powstańców Śląskich.
Following take-away chips venue Frytki & Sos comes 'Frytki', another place to grab some quick fries.
Popular foodie website wroclawskiejedzenie.pl has expressed a rather indifferent opinion towards this new venue, so the chips here don't seem to be anything out of the ordinary.
That said, presumably the aim of the business is to provide convenient fast food to anyone needing to sober up after a session at Frytki's neighbouring Bogusławskiego street pubs.
Wrocław's National Music Forum now has its own restaurant, which appears to be on a mission to be just as fancy and contemporary as the building it is housed in.
They nonetheless have a tough task on their hands to prize away customers from some of the other quality restaurants in the surrounding area.
The latest addition to Nadodrze is specialist tea house Pijna Sprawa.
Other places worth a mention:
- Bakery and cafe Chleboteka have opened their second venue on Tęczowa street (53/55), an area that seems to becoming a bit of a food-hub.
- There's also a new cafe on Tęczowa street, named Zielona Cafe.
- Posh nosh and fine wine are on offer at Spanish-inspired Fuego, located near the National Music Forum.
All of the venues in this article were compiled with the aid of this list produced by the excellent food blog wroclawskiejedzenie.pl. The views expressed in the article are nonetheless entirely that of Wrocław's Uncut's author.