Wrocław’s culinary scene is constantly evolving as venues come and go. Here’s our latest summary of new places in town.
First up is Wrocław’s latest food truck graduate, TOSTtruck.
They’ve set up shop in the premises left vacant by asian dumpling bar Pan Puh, which is of course nearby several University of Wrocław buildings.
The simple but tasty and filling toasts on offer here will no doubt go down well with all the students frequenting the area.
Next is a contemporary restaurant featuring an evolving menu crafted by local chef Olaf Ratz.
Unfortunately it’s difficult to provide you with more details given the secrecy of the place – the menu is not available on their Facebook page and they don’t have a website.
If you are willing to take the plunge and check the place out, Askameet Bistro is located at 180 Krakowska street.
Tasty cakes without sugar? It all sounds too good to be true. That said, according to Fit Cake Wrocław it is a case of “no sugar, no problem”.
Strangely enough, it has been a problem for them to put their address on Facebook. If you fancy putting their cakes to the taste test, you can find Fit Cake Wrocław on Piłsudskiego street nearby the train station, more or less opposite Hotel Piast.
Italian restaurant Bistro 8 1/2 have now opened their second location in town.
For some time they’ve been operating on the Rynek – now they also have a spot on Prudnicka 4a. Pizzas, risottos and pasta dishes are all available here from between 22-32zł.
Menu Motto and Woo Thai are also in the area, so there are more options than ever before in the neighbourhood around Hubska street.
The arrival of the much hyped Jaffa Bar & Market is on the horizon – the new venue is set to open this weekend.
The restaurant promises to be like “Tel Aviv at night” and a place where “Jewish and Arab culture mix every day”.
The cuisine will need to be spot on if they want to hit the ground running though. Going by the photos released so far, there’s a sense that this could simply be a regular kebab joint dressed up in hipster clothing.
Last but not least, Indian restaurateurs Thali have opened a third location.
Having made a success of their restaurant in the Grunwaldzki district, Thali then went on to open a second restaurant on Ruska street a few months ago.
Now they are looking to succeed where other restaurateurs have failed by making a proper go of the restaurant on Jedności Narodowej street – a place where two Indian restaurants have closed down in recent years.
All of the venues in this article were compiled with the aid of info from the excellent food blog wroclawskiejedzenie.pl and its sister page wroclovefood.pl.