Murzasichle [ˈmur zaˈɕixlɛ] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Poronin, within Tatra County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It lies approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) south-east of Poronin, 7 km (4 mi) east of Zakopane, and 84 km (52 mi) south of the regional capital Kraków.
Things to do in Murzasichle
4.5 based on 507 reviews
It is really nice and traditional restaurant but the staff cannot answer easy questions about meal preparation or recipients. Prices are acceptable but I have expected better taste. It is good to visit because of the design and nice atmosphere.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
We serve delicious coffee & tea, very rich selection of drinks and wine. During the summer you can chill sipping our refreshing Mojito, sitting in the garden placed between lively Krupówki street and a swooshing mountain Torrent. In the winter you will warm up holding in your hands mulled beer made with honey and spices. Every Friday and Saturday drop in for some live music.
We like sharing so for the last 5 years we have been spending half of the evenings of our holidays in Zakopane in Appendix (the other half in Tygodnik Podhalanski). It is all about atmosphere! We always end up on a bigger table than we started with some strangers. Drinks are great and reasonably priced for Poland, bargain for forners. Boys can watch football when I can stuck on unlimited cocktail supply.
Perfect for a night out.
3.5 based on 65 reviews
To start, this is a small village outside of Zakopane, so one cannot expect too much. In Poland, there are Italian restaurants literally everywhere, and this is no exception. The claim to fame here is that it's run by an Italian.
Enough intro, let's get this started. I took my girlfriend here for her birthday. We started with soup, and the pumpkin cream soup was very good. The olive oil poured on top added to the presentation, but was detrimental in taste. It was very heavy, but not overwhelmingly so. This was by far the best part of the meal.
The restaurant has specials for each season, including pizzas. They all sounded delicious. We ordered one with parma ham and forest mushrooms, and had the waitress surprise us with another, which turned out to be bacon and blue cheese. One thing stood out with these pizzas: grease. They were overwhelmingly greasy, to the point of nausea. The forest mushrooms were not just cold, but still icy. Unacceptable. I removed them, and had a parma + cheese pizza. The crust was thin, and very tasty, but also undercooked. And there was way too much cheese. The bacon and blue cheese pizza was the same. It was covered in bacon and grease, and underneath was an overwhelming amount of blue cheese that ruined the whole thing.
We ate half, and left the rest behind, unable to finish. For desert, we had the tiramisu. It was homemade, and quite good, but nothing spectacular. It should be served in a much nicer glass.
There is no house wine. The wine we chose was very good, but came with a steep price tag. Overall, everything here is expensive. The view, atmosphere, and service are top notch, and deserve such a price tag. Unfortunately the food leaves much to be desired. I cannot recommend this restaurant at any price, let alone the ones they charge. We walked home feeling nauseous, after only eating half a pizza. I had ordered champagne and desert at our hotel to be ready when we arrived, and both the wine and the tiramisu there were much better (and much cheaper) than what we got at Lechalet. You can do better, avoid.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
We are family owned and operated Polish restaurant.
We hardly give 5 stars but this one got it. Very nice tasty and creative food and vine for a very fair price in a nice home atmosphere...nothing to complain at all and more than good average! Consequently we went even twice....try it, you will not regret.
4 based on 191 reviews
Its restaurant and motel as well
"Pod stancyjom" is another place in Bukowina Tatrzanska, that we were coming back to after first visit which was breakfast. After three perfect visits on the morning we come back for dinner and this was faultless as well. Very nice service, same lady every day.
Tasty food and beautiful surroundings. Place full of character, local arts exhibits, plenty of space. Our kids loved it and we enjoyed it. We will go back there without hesitation.
4 based on 352 reviews
We went here because of the positive reviews and it certainly did not disappoint. We had a table inside and there were plenty free tables at eight o'clock, outside as well. The waitress introduced herself, spoke very well English and was really attentive. The food was tasty and the portions large.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
We passed this and looked in and thought the cakes looked fantastic. No tables but we waited which was well worthwhile. Great coffee, apple cake and Kremowka. Well worth a visit!
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Beautiful path to the restaurant. You can sit outside with a great view of Mountains. Interior of restaurant is typical, regional. Very nice local music- 3 pln extra per person from 18:00. Service was also OK. However the most important food was not good. Chicken was raw with bones! That is completely not acceptable. We have got 10% discount but that is not enough compensation as people go to restaurant to eat together at the same time and spend nice time. Maybe my rating is 1 step too low but this is on purpose. I want to warn people that not everything is perfect. Restaurant like that shouldn't give people meals in hurry which are not properly prepared. Not for such big money.
4.5 based on 731 reviews
We dropped by this restaurant as it was just a couple of minutes away from our lodging and we wanted to try out some local cuisine. Unfortunately we made the mistake of visiting one hour before closing time, and while we really appreciated their welcoming us, it ended up being quite a rushed meal.
Still, we took the ribs roasted with pear, grilled chicken with dried tomatoes, roast beef in gravy, and the pierogi... and each dish was delicious.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
The food was delicious which compensated rather a long wait during a very busy lunch time period. The menus is not very rich, but it only shows that the main ingredient the restaurants is concentrated is Trout. Fresh water trout tastes different to the Atlantic trout and definitely is a must try for those coming from abroad who are used to the sea version, which has a pink meat. Highly recommended.
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