Piaseczno [pʲaˈsɛt͡ʂnɔ] ( listen) is a town in central Poland with 43,540 inhabitants (2015). It is situated in the Masovian Voivodeship, approximately 16 kilometres (10 miles) south of Warsaw. It is a popular residential area and a suburb of Warsaw and is strongly linked to the capital, both economically and culturally. It is the capital of Piaseczno County.
Things to do in Piaseczno
4.5 based on 96 reviews
I don't really know why people are so excited about that place. For me those roasted sandwiches are totally average. It's just some mushrooms and cheese on it, and I bet everybody can do same thing home, or anywhere else.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Be aware - this place serves fish! Dunno why ppl in Poland consider eating fish a vegetarian thing! Moreover, staff of Green Zebra had problems with suggesting me a vegan options (they did not really know what vegan means). However, to be fair - when we finally agreed on some dishes and the meal was brought to me, i found the food of Green Zebra to be actually really nice and tasty. I m giving an "average" for serving fishes, but the food i got was above the average. Anyway, pls, switch the type of this restaurant to "vegetarian friendly" or something .... it is not a vege place!
3.5 based on 101 reviews
Amazing food. We came here 2 years ago and we had to come back. The food is reasonably priced with the currency. We had a calzone and chips with 2 alcoholic drinks and 1 water it came to 50zl so about £10. When you compare it too English restaurants and the Pound it is very cheap. When you go inside you can chose a smoking place or non smoking so it is perfect if you smoke. The Calzone we had was delicious. Really nice with mushrooms ham pysznie!!!!!!! Fast service. Is the best restaurant in Radom.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Since I have eaten there for the very first time, some dishes haven't changed. And I don't mean it in a bad way ! Kebab is one of the best i have ever tried and it is still the same good quality after all these years. Yoghurt based sauces which come with the dish are fresh and well balanced, they go with the dish beautifully.
Portions are not large, however the price tag is good. Very good value for money.
Will be returning there 100%
4 based on 119 reviews
Pivovaria brew their own beer, which we sampled lovingly. The American Pale Ale APA was oustanding. Food was reasonable and good quality. The staff were friendly and spoke enough English to get what was required. The full on disco / club downstairs was a bit of a surprise but was enjoyed by some of our group. Excellent place, highly recommended.
4 based on 87 reviews
It's a nice place with a decent, traditional Polish food. We stopped there on our way back to Warsaw on Sunday afternoon. The place was full and we entered the restaurant just after bus full of people... so we expected long wait... But everything we ordered arrived really soon and was very good. Especially soups! Big plus for an animation corner with a really nice lady making arts and crafts with our kids.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We went to this place following the TripAdvisor comments and reviews. Small place and I would say more looks like a cafeteria than a restaurant. Limited menu based mostly on different kind of "pierogis" (polish dumplings) and soups. Beverages are limited and no alcohol is served. Food is quite good, fresh and tasty.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
A very friendly hotel and ideal for our business trip. Rooms large and comfortable. Food great quality and plenty of it. A little road noise at night but otherwise great.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This restaurant is a real Jewel that has the benefit of an excellent menu alongside an excellent chef and great service. All this for a fraction of the cost of a restaurant of similar standard in Western Europe. Can't over recommend this place!
4 based on 84 reviews
We came here in a group of four - an earlier reservation is definitely required as there aren't that many tables. To us what's most important at a restaurant is the food - and this place didn't disappoint! We had chaczapuri (17pln) for appetizer (it's a pretty big portion, so perfect to share) which was delicious, it's a great idea to order that with the Georgian salad (25pln) - also YUM and we also had czebureki (15pln) - it was OK. The charczo soup (16pln) wasn't too great, it tasted a bit like - just - boiled water with spices and coriander. As the main course we ordered chinkali (very nice; 20pln), pielmieni with sour cream (awesome; 26pln) and tolma (nice; 25pln). And for dessert we had an absolutely excellent honey pie (ciasto miodowe; 12pln)! The service was correct, the decor was quite cozy, nothing fancy. The prices are reasonable. We definitely recommend this venue for some great food and a very nice atmoshphere!:)
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