Wrocław’s culinary scene is constantly evolving as venues come and go. Here’s our latest summary of new places in town.
The concept of ‘Natural Ice Cream’ or ‘Craft Ice Cream’ has gone down a storm in Wrocław for some time now. So why not have a go at ice pops? Presumably that’s the idea behind Moxi Pops, spearheaded by Chilean Marcos Bravo.
Moxi Pops’ gourmet ice pops, which include flavours like mango+chili, are 100% natural. At the moment the pops are available wherever the Moxi Pops food truck happens to ‘pop up’. So if you want to find out where they are, head to their Facebook Page.
Our second featured place is Mexican fast-food restaurant El Spaso.
The Bogusławskiego street venue will have its work cut out if it wants to rub shoulders with the likes of Panczo, and at first look they don’t appear to be in the same league.
Even so, the ‘proof of the pudding is in the eating’ so to speak, so it may be worth checking them out before passing proper judgement.
One of Wrocław’s business success stories in recent years has been cafe and bar Bułka z Masłem, who now have several locations across the city.
Their latest venture sees them open up an ambitious and contemporary looking cafe in the Partynice district.
If something a little traditional floats your boat, ‘Zupa i Drugie’ on Piłsudskiego street may be of interest.
That said, don’t expect any fireworks at this no-frills eatery.
It wouldn’t be another month in Wrocław without a new pizzeria opening.
This time it’s the turn of highly-rated food truckers Manii Smaku, who have opened their first fully-fledged restaurant on Racławicka street.
Last but not least, we have another place on Bogusławskiego street to mull over.
The arrival of New Delhi Restauracja will obviously bring a welcome dose of Indian colour and flavour to ‘Nasyp’, which is one of the city’s most rapidly developing areas.
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.