Wrocław’s culinary scene is constantly evolving as venues come and go. Here’s our latest summary of new places in town.
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First up is Woosabi, an Asian chain concept that has at least one another branch abroad (in Innsbruck).
Woosabi’s offer mirrors that of nearby Osiem Misek in many respects; the menu features bao burgers, Thai curry and noodle dishes, plus various other Asian specialties.
Both the restaurant’s interior and food comes heavily branded, with the company’s logos seemingly everywhere to be seen.
Time will tell whether people buy into the concept though. The spot where Woosabi have moved into on Włodkowica street has changed hands fairly frequently in recent years, so it will be interesting to see if this latest tenant can buck that trend.
Next is a yet another Asian venue – Dalbit Korean fusion and Sushi.
Aside from the cuisine mentioned above, the Szewska street venue offers breakfast dishes from the around the world.
Don’t expect a bargain here though – even the salads cost well above the 40zł mark!
Moving into the spot near the Bombardier train factory is Stacja Smaku, a daytime venue that serves breakfasts and lunches to the nearby factory workers and students, as well as staff from the numerous office buildings in the area.
Photos reveal the cafe and restaurant’s offering includes pizza and bagels.
Having already conquered Poland with two hit concepts, the team behind Bratwursty and Shrimp House are cooking up something new.
The space left vacant by the original Shrimp House on Świętego Mikołaja will soon be home to ‘Yakitori’, a Japanese restaurant specializing in skewered and grilled chicken.
The place is not open yet though – so follow their Facebook page if you want to be one of the first to sample these Yakitori dishes in Wrocław.
Next on our list is upmarket restaurant Drugi Dom, which has opened its doors on pl. Solny.
The restaurant’s concept seeks to remake traditional Polish dishes with a contemporary twist.
Last but not least, we have another Asian venue in the shape of Tajfun.
The Thai eatery, which is a reinvention of Baszta, should be open soon. The restaurant is in the same tower as its predecessor, so for those who loved old place at least one thing will be the same when Tajfun opens up later this month.
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.