Di Cafe: Lush Breakfasts In Sky Tower

There’s a lot I miss about Canada but one of the most significant is the breakfast; waffles, bacon, eggs benedict, hash browns, you name it.  In my two years of living in Wroclaw, I’ve noticed that breakfast isn’t always as big ...

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Gigi Cafe: Pretty But Plastic

Housed inside Ferio Gaj shopping centre, Gigi is a bright and cozy albiet rather synthetic cafe.   The place is rather busy and lively inside thanks to its open kitchen and regular footfall, but there's no hiding the fact that it ...

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Le Chef: Swanky New Venue Is Hit & Miss

Le Chef, an ambitious new bistro on Więzienna Street, is looking to up the ante in Wroclaw's food porn stakes. Despite sporting an open kitchen and an intriguing menu however, this trendy but overpriced venue hasn't quite found the magic formula ...

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Franz Kawka: Fanciful Old Town Cafe

Franz Kawka, located just a few metres from the market square, is one of the latest new venues to join Wroclaw's 'alternative' cafe craze. With so many other places doing something similar however, has Franz got enough to make it a ...

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Polish Lody: Ice Cream Worth Waiting For

Mention the word "queue" in relation to pl.Bema, and inevitably the first thing that'll spring to a Wroclawian's mind is the bakers. However, Piekarnia Bema is no longer the only place on the square where people patiently wait for some quality produce. Just a ...

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Giselle: Indulgent Breakfasts French Style

The new cafes opening up in Wroclaw over the last few years have responded clearly to the continuing rise of coffee culture in the city. With Competition so fierce, coffee shop owners and baristas are becoming increasingly knowledgeable about their produce in order to do ...

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6jan - 31All DayCarnival Season At Alyki(All Day) ul. Powstańców Ślaskich 95 Wroclaw, PolandAlykiEvent:Food Festival
22jan8:00 pmHash Cookies Live In Concert8:00 pm Kazimierza Wielkiego 50, Wroclaw, PolandNietotaEvent:Live Music