Modern Wroclaw is channelling its roots and emerging as a town where curiosity and pure Slavic passion come together as one. In Wroclaw, just west of St. Elizabeth church and off of Rzeznicza Street, you can find just that. The result? The much talked about Jadka restaurant.
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A much-talked about mid-afternoon haunt of locals, Wroclaw's got a cafe worth writing home about. Located minutes from the main town in the center of a re-gentrifying neighbourhood: guests experience pastrami like never they've never had it before: tantalising and yet easy on the tummy. Emerging as a foodie-epicentre of Eastern Europe, it's no doubt that Wroclaw's Zenka is not a cafe to be taken lightly.
Just steps from the central square of Wroclaw's old town, Polish culinary tradition is being reborn. The creations of Chef Wiktor Moczek interpret the best of the Polish country side - one delicate bite at a time. And there is an undeniable sense of passion throughout: from waiter to waitress, plate to platter. In the colder months, hearty ingredients contrast with sweet and savoury delights: tantalising guests's tastebuds as they ask for more. But hidden away behind an unassuming hotel facade, it may just be one of the city's best, little known dining experiences.