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4 based on 24 reviews
4.5 based on 484 reviews
The unique tatched roof, wooden walls place, only 4 minutes from A4 higway from Germany to Wroclaw (exit nr 297). At the town's buypass, close to the biggest pottery factorys, the town Boleslawiec is known from. 7 Days in a week, 363 days in a year. Mn-Fr open 12-22, st-sd open 11-22. We can help to spend nice time in the region aroun.
We were in Boleslawiec for the day, shopping for Polish pottery and decided to stop for dinner before returning to Krakow. We knew from the moment we arrived at this restaurant that it was going to be special because the cute little cottage with pottery in front and pig on roof is too cute to miss! But the best part was waiting for us inside! What a delicuous polish feast! Yum Yum Yum! All the traditional Polish classics and more! We ordered a large selection of items and loved it all! Highly recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Poland! If you only eat one meal in Poland, this should be it!
3.5 based on 99 reviews
The restaurant Under the Golden Angel is the oldest restaurant in Boleslawiec. It was first mentioned in the 11th century and up to the 20th century it was a tavern. In 1538 the German Emperor Ferdinand I stayed here, in 1581 the tavern had burnt during the fire of Boleslawiec. The owner at the time Barthel Wolfarm reconstructed the inn to include horse stables. During this time he has built the beautiful gothic portal which resembles birch-tree roots. On the 14th of September 1610 the Chancellor of Czech Republic was a guest in the tavern. Also in 1683 Helen Elisabeth von Gledis was baptised in the tavern. In 1776 after another fire of the town the tavern was sold to Anton Mathaej. He decided to create a bas-relief with the Golden Angel and renamed the Tavern to its present name. Previously the inn was called Under the White Angel. In 1796 Johann Gottfried Mathaej took over the establishment from his father and had the pleasure to host the Napoleon himself on the 12th December 1812. The daughter of Johann - Louise Mathaej married Engelhard Gansel who at the time was the master of masonry guild. He became the greatest architect in Boleslawiec. His work includes the Tower by the Protestant Church, Railway Viaduct over the river and his home residence at Zgorzelecka 19 Street. On the 5th May 1848 Johann's son Carl Friedrich Mathaej took over the business and his family owned the inn until the II World War. During the war the building was completely destroyed and was rebuilt after the war ended. During the 60's the restaurant was under the management of Polish government's own organisation called 'PSS'. In 1991 the restaurant was taken over by the current owners who also in 1999 bought the Gansel residence. 12th December 1812 - Emperor Napoleon visit in Tavern Under the Golden Angel At 3 am Napoleon's procession arrived in front on the inn. This happened during his retreat after his unsuccessful campaign in Russia, his sledges were damaged and needed repair. During the repair Napoleon ate noodles with roasted fruit, the meal was served in a special vase made from Proskau porcelain from Napoleon's collection. He did not have any money to pay for the services so he decided to pay with this vase. The vase is still in the hands of the owners at the time. During the repair of the sledges Napoleon's attendant spotted a pair of beautiful horses in stbles. He demanded to swap the horses however owner's wife did not agree to that. After short negotiations the horses were swapped for the damaged sledges. Louise took sledges as a part of her dowry to the Gansel family. After that Gansel family moved to the USA to work as farmers. During tough times at the beginning of the 20th century they were forced to sell them and sold them during an auction in New York for 35USD and the story was featured in newspapers. Nowadays the sledges are displayed in museum. This history was written from the documents of current owners of the Restaurant. Vase from Proskau factory (near Opole) - from Napoleon's collection
I had the goulash and one of my friends had dessert and hot chocolate. Very cute decor and the goulash makes my mouth water just writing about it. Served very well. WE had lunch here on a recommendation from our taxi driver and it was a great place.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
I stayed two nights and wish I didn't. There is an odor everywhere that resembles a mix of mold and dust. I had a deluxe room that was cramped, and equipped with an old, lumpy, thin pad. The fridge wasn't plugged in so it was useless. I had a meal with my husband and his pork was good but my venison was grizzle. Breakfast was ok, but service was poor, as it was at dinner. If repeating the journey, I'd make Boleslawiec an afternoon stop, and spend more time in Zamek Karpniki. Wifi was weak and un-useable in the room.
4 based on 54 reviews
Welcome to Kruszyna Tavern – an amazing place, near the usual highway. The true tavern – with good food and interesting company. To a place from which you wouldn't want to escape. Whether in summer or winter, a man is embraced with a blissful laziness and the desire to stop, and taste. Most of all, its excellent cuisine, that is different in summer and different in winter; cuisine with traditions based on the old and proven recipes, in which, when sweltering heat you will quench your thirst with curd and in addition, you'll be able to taste dumplings with blueberries. In Kruszyna, it smells different than anywhere else – wood, smoke from the fireplace, dried herbs. After your meal, you can sink into a soft chair and get charmed by the fire from the fireplace. Kruszyna's location at the transit crossroads of East - West and North - South near the German border makes our tavern a perfect place for a stopover on your journey. Anyone who stops in Kruszyna, will find comfortable settings and conditions in order to rest, for family or business meetings. The tavern is an extraordinary place, therefore it is not a surprise that a lot of people choose it to celebrate the most important events in their lives here – weddings, baptisms and communions. We offer: •Traditional polish cuisine – meat and vegetarian dishes, it varies depending on the season of the year. •Guest rooms – for road-weary guests, who wish to stay with us for longer, we offer accommodation in comfortable, cosy rooms at affordable prices. We offer 12 rooms with bathrooms, satellite Television and access to the internet. •Occasional events – weddings, communions, etc. - Kruszyna Tavern is a perfect place to organise such intimate but also sumptuous family events. We offer two halls – the small one is for 50 people and the large one is for 100 people. We will make sure that you are properly celebrating with us your weddings, your child's baptism or a round birthday of the family's senior. We also invite you to other social events – class reunions, stag or hen parties, etc. We will conform to your expectations and we will make sure you won't forget your stay in our tavern for a long time. •Business meetings – seminars, trainings, social events – in Kruszyna we understand how important are competencies for effective work, good team work and the ambience in it. For this reason, we invite all employers with their employees, to organise trainings and other social events over here. To facilitate this, especially for you, we have prepared a conference hall for 40 people, however if it turns out that the training group will be larger than this, for your needs we will adjust one of the large dining rooms for the purposes of employees' training. •Horse rides around the neighbourhood – we invite horse lovers to benefit from our nearby stables and spend time on horse rides around Kruszyna. It is a perfect way to explore picturesque parts of Boleslawiec. •Bonfires, feast and entertainment in the open air – if you desire a relaxing evening by the fire, we guarantee great fun just under the stars. •Skansen - its unique atmosphere is not only created by the tastes and smells, but also by the objects which were intented and deliberate selection to the wooden interiors 'with soul'. Old utensils, pots, old farm equipment, even a telephone and other various instruments discreetly remind us of the elapsed time and teach us respect the past. •Excellent location – it is a base for those guests who wish to explore the region. We work for you all day! We particularly welcome bus groups whose service are our pride and specialisation.
Great ambiance. Nice staff. Great food. Clean and cool even when it is 100 degrees out. Be sure to eat the salads - the red cabbage was yummy while the cucumber was my daughter's favorite.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Amazing Perogi's, Borscht soup, beef stroganoff, apple fritters, breakfast, service and staff!! We wanted a little touch of family history and a reminder of our mom/grandma's perogi's. We found The Blue Beetroot Hotel restaurant on Trip Advisor. Travelled from Berlin on our way to Italy. Yes, out of our way but it was on our bucket list! So amazed by the staff, service and pluthera of information provided by Jared, the hotel manager, that we even stayed the night! Our entire family had big eyes when the food was presented; wowed by how wonderful it looked and we all over ate because it was so delicious! You must put this on your bucket list! I want to go back & stay a week!!
4 based on 35 reviews
I was astonished about the nice Restaurant in the cellar. it was completely redone with lots of details and artistic features reminding yourself to a visit in Paris in a small but very charming Restaurant. Restaurant is full of french and other artistic work and food is at top level for afordable prices. Very glad to have found this restaurant and hotel. it's definitively worth a stay.
all employees are very friendly, unfortunately they do speak very poor english or german.
Polish and french cuisine with a touch of international.
If you stay for a night in the hotel, you will be very positivly surprised about the large and very nice prepared breakfast that is included in the hotelprice.
4 based on 66 reviews
Cozy and warm inside our restaurants invite you to taste all sorts of dishes. We can offer you excellent cuisine in a traditional style. It is noteworthy menu, which contains, inter alia, venison. Tasty cooked and interestingly presented. We combine modern and traditional cuisine taste preferences.We look forwar . Czekamy na Panstwa z niecierpliwoscia!
Awful food and had to swap my meal for my wife's because she couldn't eat the tough frozen meat dish she was served. There are much better restaurants to eat at on the square. We definitely will not be going back.
When my wife left a review she has had abusive messages from someone we believe must be associated with the restaurant.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Our menu is made up of the same simple rustic dishes I enjoy when I go to Italy - not fussy yet utterly delicious, a million miles away from the complicated fancy fare you would normally expect to eat in Restaurant Giovanna.
Great food! First time we had eaten here, and we were not disappointed. After a long morning / early afternoon of pottery shopping, this was the place to go. Good wine list. Pizza was great. Friends shared a salad and a pasta, and both looked delicious. Service was excellent. Eat here on your next pottery trip!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
After pottery shopping, the kids balked at eating Polish cuisine. A quick search of Trip Advisor revealed this place in a small town close by. Cheerful decor and a friendly staff. We were entertained during our wait for our pizzas and pasta by watching the pizza tossing videos. The pizza, made in a wood-burning oven, was quite good. My daughter liked her spaghetti with pesto sauce (but not sure that was homemade). They have a kids menu, but it mysteriously doesn't seem to have any pizza or pasta dishes on it. There was a tiny bit of a language barrier, but they have a menu in English and we managed to communicate just fine.
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