Niedźwiedzia 5, Wrocław, Poland
669 509 989669 509 989

Warsztat, a contemporary venue utilizing its own home-grown produce to create attractive dishes inside the comfort of its large greenhouse, is sure to be a hit with Wroclaw's food snobs.

See our full review here.

Rynek 23-24, Wrocław, Poland

Whiskey in the Jar has successfully transported its all American comfort food concept from Poznan's Stary Rynek to our very own market square.

See our full review here.

Zygmunta Krasińskiego 32, Wrocław, Poland

Droga Mleczna, located a few minutes walk away from Galeria Dominikanska, is one of many new alternatively themed eateries to set up shop outside Wroclaw's old town. 

See our full review here.

Ruska 19, Wrocław, Poland
733 537 210733 537 210

Machina Organika, an arty, vegan themed restaurant and bar near the Rynek tram stops, is arguably the first place in Wrocław​ to really shout out its vegan potentials. 

See our full review here.

Piłsudskiego 98, Wrocław, Poland
604 515 720604 515 720

Bistro station, ideally located across the road from Wroclaw's main train station, aims to lure in hungry travelers with the promise of a quick hot meal at a relatively low price. 

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Powstańców Śląskich 95, Wrocław, Poland

There’s a new kid on the block in the Sky Tower. Meet Dinette Bistro, a comfy joint with a laidback vibe and feel good food with a modern twist.

See our full review here.

Curie-Skłodowskiej 3a, Wrocław, Poland

The Plac Grunwaldzki area has another cool venue thanks to the addition of U Gruzina, a small cafe that offers authentic Georgian street food cooked by native Georgians.

See our full review here.

Grunwaldzka 67, Wrocław, Poland

Boasting a student friendly location, low prices and properly spicy Thai cuisine fired up by Thai chefs, this street food haunt looks certain to become a local favourite. 

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Kurzy Targ 3, Wrocław, Poland
733 270 220733 270 220

The opening of Warsaw's Zakąski-Przekąski started a popular gastronomic trend that has influenced many Wrocław based bistros, including today's establishment in question, Bistro Przemyslowe.

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Kraińskiego 14, Wrocław, Poland

Baszta, a Thai fusion restaurant located in the remnants of a medieval watchtower, serves delicious, colour-coordinated, vegan and vegetarian dishes, all of which are jam-packed with fresh ingredients and coated in rich and tasty house sauces. 

See our full review here.

Rzeźnicza 28-31, Wrocław, Poland

For a curry lovers, Buddha Lounge's Indian Food Festival provides a regular occasion to indulge in a generous feast of exotic food, while those unfamiliar with country's cuisine may soon find themselves hooked.  

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Wejherowska 19a, Wrocław, Poland

Hidden away behind a tall tower block, as far as we are aware this humble venue was Wrocław's first dedicated Ukrainian eatery.

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Kazimierza Wielkiego 25/1a, Wrocław, Poland
518 294 274518 294 274

ZZ Top, a small snack bar located on the corner of Krupnicza and Kazimierza Wielkiego, aims to bring two old Polish street food favourites into the 21 Century.  

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Szewska 44-46, Wrocław, Poland
669 340 467669 340 467

Made in front of the diners in a tiny open kitchen and slid into a hot, traditional, stone baked oven, the pizza at Piec Na Szewskiej definitely hits the spot. 

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Szewska 24/26, Wrocław, Poland

On the junction of Szewska and Kotlarska, just round the corner from the kiosk, you'll find Zupa, a new venue tempting Wroclawians with delightful, homemade style soups.

See our full review here.

św. Antoniego 15, Wrocław, Poland
733 808 134​733 808 134​

A venue unique in Wrocław, Szynkarnia is a delicatessen, specialist beer pub and contemporary cafe/restaurant all in one.

See our full review here.

plac Wolności 7, Wrocław, Poland

This charming Mediterranean restaurant boats an intimate vibe, incredible service, and a menu which successfully mixes authentic Greek dishes with modern Mediterranean influences.

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Odrzańska 18, Wrocław, Poland

Brajt might not have enough in its locker for special occasions, but it is more than adequate for a bit of cheap and cheerful dining.

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Szewska 27-27a, Wrocław, Poland

At Rockburger you can tuck into your meal amongst a plethora of rock imagery, with the likes of Jim Morrison, John Lennon, Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan all idolised on the walls.

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Więzienna 5, Wrocław, Poland
534 798 863534 798 863

This intimate Thai place on Więzienna street, near the Rynek, delivers a fresh and powerful taste of one of the world’s favorite foods, and despite a few glitches will only add to your repertoire of eating out options.

See the full review by Mike Ramberg here

Pawła Włodkowica 8A, Wrocław, Poland

Bułka z Masłem has a very open and sociable feel, making it a great place to eat, drink or even party (on Friday/Saturday night things do tend to liven up a bit).

See our full review here.

Borowska 266, Wrocław, Poland

Kiss the Cook is a local gem that opened to quite acclaim a few years ago near the Borowska hospital.

See our full review here.

Wagonowa 5-7, Wrocław, Poland
570 950 401570 950 401

Figa Bistro & Coffee Bar is a welcoming alternative lunch venue for anyone either working or studying in the nearby locomotive factory, business park and private university. 

See our full review here.

plac Solny 10, Wrocław, Poland

Moa Burger, the king of burgers in Krakow, has eventually made its way west to Wroclaw.

See our full review here.

aleja Pracy 27, Wrocław, Poland

Nestled half way between the Hutmen and Aleja Pracy tram stops on Grabiszynska and Hallera, Samos & Pierogarnia serve as convenient low cost eateries for those in the surrounding neighbourhood.

See our full review here.


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