We had a late dinner at this restaurant which has open kitchen until 23:00 I think. Very pleasant staff and the Russian dumplings was very fresh snd delicious.
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We had hoped to taste some authentic perogis on our trip to Poland, so we stopped here because the menu had a few options. Maybe they were authentic and I just don't know, but the perogi I ordered tasted exactly like a loaded baked potato....More
Cozy and newly-refurbished restaurants in Old Town with great variety of national and international dishes with affordable prices. Hot dish, coffee and additional side dish(salad) for about 10 Euros. English speaking and extremely friendly staff, English/Polish menu. Basicly no disadvantages.
Large kids room with a TV in the dining area so you can watch the kids while you eat - perfect for parents! It feels a little cafeteria like though. The portions are big, food average/good and service friendly. It's not fine dining but it's...More
Nice place to have a rest after sightseeing. We haven't eaten but had a lovely iced tea. In the winter time they have fantastic mould wine and beer!
We were trying to find somewhere off the beaten track, that didn't happen as it was a cold evening and we came across Kos and read the menu outside. We were amazed to see on entering how large and pleasant it was inside. Hubby had...More
Well done if you manage to get served here. Drinks and food were a very long time coming, and needed reminders. For a second drink we could get no attention. I had to collect our order, go to the bar, stand next to a waitress...More
We were looking for a last minute restaurant in Gdansk, after our primary place cancelled our reservation. We decided to go to KOS due to the opening hours, location, and reviews on TripAdvisor. Aftter giving them a call, they said that there definitely would be...More