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Piławska 18, Wrocław, Poland

What would happen if you offer the same great value Polish food inside a venue that's brighter, cozier, more sociable and more fashionable?  Well, you'd end up with something like Jadalnia, a milk bar that's fit for the 21st century. 

See our full review here

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Gabrieli Zapolskiej 3, Wrocław, Poland

It may not be that widely known, but at Teatr Polski (Wroclaw 's Polish theatre), you can enjoy some plays supported with English subtitles.

For more info, click here.

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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. 

See our full review here.

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Więzienna 21, Wrocław, Poland
71 758 58 7071 758 58 70

When the ice cream is as good as it is in Tralalala, there's no need to use the weather as an excuse to sample the wide variety of luscious flavours on offer. 

See our full review here.

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plac Grunwaldzki 22, Wrocław, Poland

Since opening in the spring of 2007, Pasaż Grunwaldzki has helped to tremendously rejuvenate an area of Wrocław that was almost completely destroyed during World War II.

Click here for more info.

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św. Antoniego 40/1, Wrocław, Poland

After taking some time to find itself, KRVN has become a settled home for a trendy, lively crowd who are after something that little bit different. 

See our full review here.

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plac Jana Pawła II 2, Wrocław, Poland
603 330 928603 330 928

Turkawka, a trendy coffee shop and snack-bar/take-away, has opened its doors in the Jana Pawła underpass, a place more synonymous with dodgy kebabs and booze-filled convenience stores. 

See our full review here.

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Nowowiejska 18, Wrocław, Poland

Proste Smaki bistro is clean, cosy and inviting, while the pleasantly surprising menu boasts an intriguing mix of Mediterranean dishes alongside time honoured Polish classics.

See our full review here.

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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.

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plac Solny 16, Wrocław, Poland

Amongst many other things, Salvador serves as an enclave for artistic souls and all those who appreciate its magically surreal atmosphere.

See our full review here.

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Jedności Narodowej 68, Wrocław, Poland

Nadodrze's Panato Cafe offers a truly unique experience in Wroclaw – a place where you pay for the time you spend rather than the quantity you consume.

See our full review here.

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Wita Stwosza 40/1a, Wrocław, Poland
71 344 68 4071 344 68 40

Bar Witek is a no-nonsense toasteria that has been making giant toasties at knock down prices for years.

See our full review here.

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Kiełbaśnicza 23, Wrocław, Poland

Just a couple of minutes walk from the Rynek, Academus is an ideal venue to chill out and take in a wide ranging selection of beers from Poland, Belgium and England. 

See our full review here.

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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.

See our full review here.

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Brzozowa 15, Wysoka, Kobierzyce, Poland

Bright Beginners is an international English-speaking kindergarten where pupils of many cultures and nationalities can meet.

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Kazimierza Wielkiego 39, Wroclaw, Poland
781 045 544781 045 544

Beer. It's what brings us together. Helps us make bold decisions. Soothes our worries and pain. At Marynka we serve microbrews and craft beers on tap from both local and nationwide breweries as well as bottled beer from Europe and the rest of the world.

Not into beer or have special needs? No problem. We've got non-alcoholic beers, gluten-free beers, simple cocktails, wine, cognac, whiskey, hot drinks and cold soft drinks.

Feeling a bit hungry but don't have any money? Don't worry we've got you covered. between 6:30-9 take advantage of our free snacks including little canapés, olives and cold cuts.

So whether you have an important decision to make, need to commiserate with friends or just wanna get tanked drop by anytime. We're open from Mon-Thu, Sun 4 pm to 11 pm, Fri-Sat 4 pm to 1 am.
Marynka Piwo i Aperitivo

ul. Kazimierza Wielkiego 39 (Entry is off the main street. Go through the double doors and follow the signs to the back. You can't miss it!

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św. Antoniego 23, Wrocław, Poland

Ahmisa, one of Wroclaw's latest additions to the vegan scene, offers a variety of tasty and colourful dishes inspired by recipies from the Middle East and India.

See the full review here

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Wojciecha Cybulskiego 17, Wrocław, Poland
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One of the latest venues to join Nadodrze's buzzing alternative scene is Dobra Karma, a food conscious restaurant located next to the arty Cafe Rozrusznik. 

See our full review here.

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Looking to brush up on your Polish? Or even just get started with your first words?

The school’s courses run both during working hours and in the evening (e.g from 5pm onwards), with the exact times tailored to meet the needs of the group.

Each lesson will be taught by the schools’s director, Justyna Bednarek, and will contain grammar, conversation, vocabulary, listening and reading tasks prepared with the communicative method in mind. This includes classes utilizing custom made activities and authentic Polish material, all of which are designed to help you get to grips with everyday Polish.

Inspiration school is located in an attractive area of the Gaj neighbourhood, surrounded by modern apartments. It easily accessible via public transport, with the Gaj loop linked to the city centre via trams 31 and 32 as well as buses K,136,146 and 145.

Thanks to our small group sizes (5 people maximum), fun and engaging lessons, homely atmosphere and attractive prices, we’ve also been recommended by the city’s number 1 English website, Wroclaw Uncut.

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Kazimierza Wielkiego 50 Wroclaw, Poland

First set up ten years ago in Zakopane, Nietota successfully made the move to Wroclaw back in 2011. Since then the bar's truly spellbinding interior has played host to numerous performances from talented artists, as well as countless sets from the city's most exuberant DJs. 

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Zielonogórska 12, Wrocław, Poland

Thanks to Pizza Love Pane (now Pizzeria Caprese), an authentic variety of Italian pizza can now be found outwith the city centre.

See our full review here.

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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.

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Ludwika Rydygiera 30, Wrocław, Poland
575 885 050575 885 050

Plans to revitalise the Nadodrze area and transform it into the city's equivalent of Krakow's Kazimierz are still a mile off – but the arrival of the much needed Bistro Narożnik is bound to act as a major catalyst.

See our full review here.

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Pawła Włodkowica 5, Wrocław, Poland

Located next to Wrocław’s only remaining pre-war synagogue, Mleczarnia is a quaint, back street pub that oozes charm and romanticism.

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Szewska 27, Wrocław, Poland
71 725 55 6271 725 55 62

Giselle is a cozy French Café that has brought a slice of French charm and beauty to the street of Ul Szewska. Providing all day continental breakfasts with freshly baked breads and pastries, it’s truly the first of its sorts in the area.

See our full review here.

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