Wroclaw’s Restaurants

Where to Eat – Wroclaw

 

Wroclaw offers a mix of fine dining and casual eateries, there is sure to be something to suit every taste and budget.

  • Water Tower: This former brick neo-Gothic water tower construction is now used as a restaurant. A truly memorable setting.
  • Patelina: this tiny hatch makes it tricky to find, but for cheap, excellent, fast food, makes Patelina well worth a visit.
  • Restauracja Patio: Situated within the hotel, it is worth making a reservation for this popular restaurant that operates in two distinct dining areas – the open atrium and the pastel dining room. Conveniently, this restaurant can cater for gluten-free diners.
  • Pod Fredra: Situated by Wroclaw’s Town Hall this is a Polish eatery offering a range of local offerings.
  • Machina Organika: For vegetarians and vegans, or simply lovers of organic healthy options, this one is for you. Enjoy your meal in the beautiful tiled interior.
  • Konspira: Recreating the Polish atmosphere under Communism in the 1980s, this restaurant is decorated with old newspapers and cartoons from the communist era. The food here is cheap and affordable and can be enjoyed in the garden that has its own play area for younger diners.
  • Boutique Brajt Restaurant: Offering a twist on traditional Polish affair in a classy hotel environment.
  • Food Art Gallery: Combine art and food, quite literally, with exclusive international fare which can, weather-permitting, be enjoyed on one of the two terraces alongside the Oder.
  • Karczma Lwowska: With beer served in traditional steins, and Polish food served in a rustic environment, this restaurant lends itself to a traditional feel.
  • Galicja: Reminiscent of days gone by, this formal elegant restaurant with a Galician theme offers fine dining.