This cellar restaurant is deceptively large and has a strong reputation amongst Wroclaw’s jetset. Wonderful food and live music ensure this place is always busy.
9. La Luz
Located in a medieval guard tower La Luz serves up wonderful Tex-Mex food and also has a fine selection of imported wines.
8. Wieza Cisnienad
This restaurant is housed inside an old water tower that has been beautifully restored. A well priced menu and a fantastic array of international wines has made Wieza Cisnien a firm landmark.
7. Jadka Restaurant
Located in the Old Town the Jadka restaurant offers the best of Polish cuisine under it’s wonderful vaulted ceilings.
6. Restaurant Pastelowa
This colourful restaurant serves a wide variety of food at low prices however quality hasn’t been sacrificed. If you’re on a tight budget then this place is ideal.
5. Pod Papugami
When you first enter Pod Papugami it’s a shock to the senses. Movie posters hang on walls with some very curious movie memorabilia displayed throughout. Themed bars are normally all style and no substance but Pod Papugami has managed to win over the locals who dine here regularly.
4. Restaurant Vincent
You can be forgiven for getting lost at Restaurant Vincent. The place is a maze of hidden chambers and nooks and crannies creating a unique, intimate atmosphere. Some unusual dishes on the menu adds to the originality.
The clever decor in the Akropolis is designed to make you feel as if you’re dining in a Greek village.This Greek restaurant has nice little touches of humour throughout but is serious enough when it comes to it’s food. The Akropolis is one of the more exclusive restaurants in Wroclaw and serves great Greek grub.
2. Restaurant Spiz
Prime location on the main square with a brewery below and the restaurant above. Unpretentious but delicious food served with a wide selection of beers and wine.
1. Sankt Petersburg
This award winning restaurant offers Russian dishes in sumptuous surroundings. Live musicians perform old Russian ballads. The only thing missing is a baboushka !