Baszta is one of vegetarian restaurants in the centre of Wrocław. In the centre, yet hidden in the courtyard of Market Hall. This quiet place with great ambience was opened one year ago by Jarka Kawałko.
The combination of beer and coffee is a fashionable trend of modern brewing. Wroclaw’s Browar Stu Mostów just released ART Coffee Milk Dark Lager. Light, refreshing, great beer for the summer, created with an addition of Peruvian Arabica provided by baristas from Czarny Deszcz.
On the Tamka Street nobody talks about alternative ways of brewing coffee, cow milk is allowed and nobody lifts his eyes to the sky when you ask for an Americano. On the Tamka Street you don’t hear about the third or the tenth wave of coffee. Tamka simply makes good coffee.
Zjedz sobie Katowice and Zjedz sobie Śląsk are a genuine, sweet guidebooks. In the shape they refer to a box of chocolates. The uniqueness is based not only on the inside. It is a thoughtful composition, designed in every detail.
Instead of going with the crowd of tourists and holidaymakers to chain cafés or restaurants serving fish straight from the freezer, turn your steps to places known only to the insiders. We visited the Tri-City before the season to ask the artist Anna Królikiewicz and other friendly insiders, where you should go – not only for culinary purposes. You can find the whole list in the paper version of our magazine, here only a few places to awake your appetite.
You won’t find here the usual bread, no baguettes, rolls, no cookies or croissants. Nobody cuts here bread on request or sells by weight. But you will learn here the natural and very tasty types: Czeslaw, Luj the first and the second. We visited the bakery studio GODny in Poznan’s Wilda.