Exploring Armenian culture by food and beverages in Wroclaw

The evening is coming and you becoming hungry?

But you already tired from all these Polish karkowka-style dishes or  Italian, Chinese blah blah food.  No worries my friend- I have something special for you!

Feel the spirit of another country thru food and beverages.  Make you dine out in Armenian way. Visit Armine restaurant in heart of Wroclaw.


The place I’m talking about is located in the part of Wroclaw calling
” pod Nasypem”. It convenient to the city center or railway station.  Just check the location below to see where the flavor meets culture.

Explore Armenian culture by food and beverages

What is making this place so special? First of all they own “granny recipe” made dumplings called Khinkali with Armenian grape vodka called Chacha. If you do not prefer alcohol Armine has special non-alcohol drinks such a Baikal, Tarchun or Sayany. The wine cart is magnificent- from young white to gorgeous red. To deliver exclusive products and create traditional flavors Armine importing all beverages and spices directly from  Armenia.

   

 

After Khinkali you can start with traditional Armenian stuffed bread called  Khachapuri. You can choose from regular one with cheese to runny egg plopped in the center flapjack. The best beverage for this dish is a light beer called Kilikia. Armine is the only place where you can get it in Wroclaw.

For dessert take Gata- traditional Caucasian cake with different flavors. It is perfect with one those non-alco drinks ( try Baikal- it’s very delicious ).  The key to their baking dishes lies in the traditional oven called Tandoor.

Already hungry? Ready to Explore Armenian culture by food and beverages?

Here some extra info about Armine:

Opening hours : Monday-Saturday 13:00-1:00, Sunday 15:00-22:00

Average eater check is 15 EUR

Pets welcome

Free public parking in the area

Armine- Dine Out with the Spirit of Armenia

The three symbols that I notice in Wrcolaw

The three symbols that I notice in Wrcolaw

 

Wrocław is the historical capital of Silesia and Lower Silesia.  If you want not to forget this city forever, you have to see three symbols which this city shows you in its town. Did ever you heard ‘The train to Heaven’, ‘Passage’ and ‘The dwarf’? They cover each meaning which is contained by its’ sculpture.

The train to Heaven

I heard the meaning of Wroclaw from someone. It is too impressive for me to forget it. That is a “The Gate of  Heaven”. But I couldn’t clarify if its origin of the word means right “the gate of the heaven”. I Just could find the fact that there has been a sculpture called “the train to heaven “ in Wroclaw.

There are many old and historic church in the town in Wroclaw. Tourist may wonder why they build such many churches.  As far as I know, most churches of Europe are just for tourist and there the Catholic Mass is not held anymore. Sometimes even we can see it changed to a Cafeteria.  But It is easy to see that the praise of God is sprayed from the church in Wroclaw. One day, when I came across the train forward the sky, “The Gate of Heaven”  went through my brain. Automatically my brain matched this sculpture with Wroclaw. But I found out that this sculpture is called “The train to Heaven” and it’s meaning is as below.

 

“The concept of the installation refers to the rich tradition of the locomotive industry that grew rapidly in the area of Wroclaw. Artistic styling of the locomotive and its history connects the past(area of the old locomotive factory) to its future.

For sure the “ Train To Heaven” is building the next stop on the artistic city map.

How do you find it?

“Train to Heaven” installation is located on Plac Strzegomski. You can either walk there from the center or jump on the bus, take 2~3 stops and get out of on Plac Strzegomski stop. You will easily spot it as it is placed in the center of the square.” (the source: https://getlostprojectblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/08/places-to-check-in-wroclaw-poland/)

                                    The passage

 When you walk the streets of Wroclaw you might encounter the mystical looking status of people coming out of the ground. I ever took a picture of my child. I thought this status was a good place to do it. Those days, I didn’t understand what this status means. This monument is placed on the street, where there are many foot passengers. About 40 years ago, the citizens of Wroclaw rose against anticommunism and here now they still stand.

 

“ The bronze monument was installed in December 2005 to coincide with the 24th anniversary of the onset of martial law in Communist Poland. From December 1981 to July 1983, the authoritarian government imposed restrictive laws on everyday citizens to quash the burgeoning anti-Communist political opposition groups. 

Symbolically, martial law drove people underground in fear, and many were arrested in the middle of the night and disappeared. The pedestrians rising out of the sidewalk on the other side of the street is believed to represent the re-emergence of Polish citizens when martial law was lifted in 1983. Notably, the monument is based on a temporary piece by Kalina installed in Warsaw in 1977, so the martial law symbolism would have been added in for the new version. “ (source: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/przejscie-passage)

Nowadays, Wroclaw is a university city with a student population of over 130,000, making it one of the most youthful cities in the country. It is likely for us to pass by without noticing it.

 

                               The dwarf in Wroclaw

This status is one of the things that tourist most often find.  They find their interesting to find it when they walk on the path and on the square. Each dwarf has its’ special feature, very variously.

It appears with keyword “Wroclaw” in the searching web engine of Korea. It announces that the dwarf of Wroclaw is famous to Korean tourist.

“ Back in the 80’s, communism was still present in Poland and police were very strict about any sort of secret meeting and manifestation against the ruling regime. Luckily, a group of eccentric individuals began a movement called the Orange Alternative. Eventually, the movement succeeded in planting the seeds of peaceful opposition and now there is a relatively big statue of a dwarf (called Papa Dwarf by the locals) standing in Wroclaw and funded by the modern-day government of Poland.

Yes, this is the first time in human history where a government erects a statue honoring an anarchist group. Say hello to Papa Dwarf! “

(Resource: https://www.journeywonders.com/wroclaw-dwarf-location-guide/)

Say Hello to Papa Dwarf!

 

Odra – part of Wroclaw culture

About Odra

To try and imagine Wroclaw without the Odra is tantamount to thinking of Giza without its pyramids. The city is defined by this great sprawling river with its numerous tributaries and canals, as well as by the 12 islands and over 120 bridges that cross it – all of which bring so much life, character and charm to the Lower Silesian capital. With so many waterways and spans it is little wonder that Wroclaw has been dubbed as the ‘Venice of Poland’ – although new visitors to the city can take this with a pinch of salt and leave their canoes at home. River Odra – part of Wroclaw culture.

The Odra was known to the Romans as Viadrus or Viadua, and was first referred to as the Odera around 990, when it was documented as the western boundary of early Poland under duke Mieszko I. Over the centuries the river gained more and more importance to Wroclaw, both as part of the trading routes that linked Russia, Germany and Bavaria together (and as such made Polish merchants very wealthy!), and also as a source of life and energy.

Today Wroclaw has two ports on the Odra and the river continues to play a part in its burgeoning trade economy, forming one of the city’s many great transport links.

The Odra is the second longest river in Poland, after the Vistula, covering 742km in Poland and 112km in the Czech Republic, from where it originates in the Oder Mountains. As it nears the Baltic Sea 187km of its length defines the modern day Polish-German border.

Jazz on the Odra

Jazz on the Odra, one of the oldest jazz festivals in Poland.

The Jazz Personality Contest is an inseparable part of the festival, and one of its hallmarks. The oldest and the most prestigious jazz competition in Poland is open for instrumentalists and singers, who at the time of the festival are 35 or younger. The 2018 Grand Prix – Jazz Personality laureate will receive a prize of 25 000 PLN sponsored by the Mayor of Wrocław; the Jury will also distinguish the best soloist, band and composer. From the very first years of the contest’s existence, it featured great musicians and stars of Polish jazz, including Włodzimierz Nahorny, Zbigniew Seifert, Ewa Bem, Krzesimir Dębski, Janusz Strobel, Henryk Miśkiewicz, Tomasz Szukalski and Andrzej Zaucha. Last year, the Grand Prix was won by Adam Jarzmik Quintet.

More and more Wroclaw’s citizens run and you cannot miss it

More and more Wroclaw’s citizens run and you cannot miss it

Nowadays many people want to take care of their health and condition properly. However, it is not as easy as it may seem. It’s hard to change your lifestyle to a healthier and better one, but the easiest way to begin is to start jogging.

Running is the easiest, most natural form of activity, which can positively affect our health. It gives the quickest results and what’s important it doesn’t cost much. Thanks to jogging you will reduce the risk of heart and cardiovascular diseases, lose weight, shape your figure, but also improve the intelligence and the look of your skin.

People who run regularly, less often get sick, are less likely to succumb to colds and infections, but if they do, they process them mildly, especially when they run outside in the fresh air, regardless of the weather. Regular running immunizes the body, tempers it and increases tolerance to rapid changes in atmospheric pressure. Thanks to this, the susceptibility to depression and malaise, caused by changes in the weather, is reduced. Running slows down aging processes and enables you to gain a youthful figure and efficiency. As shown by numerous tests, jogging since young age ,makes our bodies biologically younger than our peers’ who don’t make any sport, by 10-17 years, because biological age does not always coincide with a metric one.

People who start their running adventure can be divided into three groups.
1. People who want to lose weight and improve their physical condition.
2. People for whom jogging becomes a lifestyle.
3. Third group consists of people who have sports ambitions and a desire to compete in street running

What gives regular running?
1. Increases endurance
2. Oxygen the brain
3. Teaches time management
4. It makes pattern to follow
5. Provide a premium in the form of a extended life
6. Counteracts depression

Where can you run in Wroclaw?
• West Park – section about 1900m, most of the gravel route
• East Park – 2900m of a picturesque gravel road with sections over the Oława river
• Kleciński Park – a loop about 1500 m long with paved alleys, a few gentle runs and fugitives,
• Grabiszyński Park – a marked gravel road with a length of 5320m. Sheltered mostly with trees that protect from sun and wind.
• Running route between the Jagielloński bridges and the Swojczycki bridge is 5900m long. The route is covered with gravel, therefore it is suitable for both recreational and professional running. Each kilometer is marked.

Take the challenge, start running

Wroclaw inhabitants rest active, there are many smaller and larger events for runners. (Many of them are also charitable.)



Free walking tour – no boring tour guides

 

The idea of Free Walking Tour  has been around for a while, but started to be more popular nowadays. It’s a relatively new way to discover Wroclaw compared to the traditional tour concept.

A Misconception about Free Walking Tours

The word ‘free’ has obvious appeal to budget-conscious travellers but it’s also a word that can ring alarm bells.

Here’s a piece of advice from an experienced tour guide who did many FREE tours: A good FREE walking TOUR is interesting and useful even for locals, because a good FREE walking TOUR guide spends a lot time exploring the city, he knows hidden spots and places to show and speak about, so a tour will be surprising both for visitors and travelers and locals as well.

Plus there is nothing to lose apart from the calories you’ll burn with walking. FREE walking TOURs can`t be boring because their based only on donations!

Free walking tour available in several languages: English, German and Polish. There are also paid tours: CRAFT BEERS OF WROCLAW, FOODS OF WROCLAW – PRIVATE TOUR, CENTENNIAL HALL PRIVATE TOUR, OLD JEWISH CEMETERY PRIVATE TOUR, STREET ART TOUR.

How does Free walking Tour work?

Check our official site, where you can find the schedule of the tours.

For Example,

OLD TOWN WROCLAW

Sep-6th Jan: every day at 10.00 AM & 1 .30 PM
7thJan – Mar: the schedule will be available soon
Cancellations: 24th – 26th December, 1st of January tour at 10.00 am (join us at 1.30 pm)

Duration: about 2,5 hours

ISLANDS & BRIDGES OF WROCŁAW

Oct – 6th Jan: every Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat at 4:30 PM
7th Jan- May: the schedule will be available soon
Cancellations: 31st December tour is cancelled

Duration: about 2 hours

MEETING POINT

It will be guide with yellow umbrella in the Market Square close to Aleksander Fredro’s statue.

ATTENTION!
You don’t need to book a tour in advance –
JUST SHOW UP AND ENJOY.

Best Home Dinner in Wroclaw

There is no thing like eat a dinner exactly same as in home when you are far away. There`s also no thing like taste traditional or just casual domestic polish food so that`s a good offer for foreigners to try flavours of Poland. I have chosen two bars which serves best home dinner in city centre. Two bars with similarly offer but quite different. These are rather popular places so if one of them is full, the second one is only 70 meters away just around the corner.

tomato soup
source: pixabay.com
Bar Miś (Teddy Bear)
Adress: Kuźnicza 48

If you would like to try casual polish delicious pork chop with potatoes, coleslaw and almost perfect tomato soup you should go to Miś Bar. Abundant offer includes among others:
– tomato soup with pasta or rice
– barley soup
– mushroom soup with pasta
– sorrel soup with egg
– dumplings (!) with potato and cottage cheese stuffing
– various dumplings with no translation to English called pierogi, kopytka, kluski, knedle
– apple drop scones
– croquet
– bunch of salads
– bean with carrot
– fried beetroot
– cauliflower
– cucumber salad
– potaotes, buckwheat or rice

Fresh meat dishes:
– pork chop
– meat patty
– poultry chop
– chicken filet
– beef stew
– meat balls with muschroom sauce
And many others.

First of all, the best of all is price. You need to pay much lower than you expect. Soups are about 1,10 to 1,70zł (~0,3 EUR). Full dish includes for example soup, potatoes, some dumplings, chicken filer and salad costs 13zł (~3 EUR). And trust me, the servings are big. It`s propably no opportunity to leave local being hungry.
As a result, familar atmosphere, low prices and really tasty domestic food causes for many clients that Bar Miś is their beloved.

Bar Misz-Masz
Adress: Nożownicza 14
Website: http://www.barmiszmasz.pl/
self-service in Misz-Masz
source: http://www.barmiszmasz.pl/

Second option is Bar Misz-Masz. The one important thing what differs these two bars is that Misz-Masz is self-service. You`re bring the plate and puts what you want on it, then you need to weigh your plate and pay 3zł (0,7 EUR) per 100 grams, so that means full 0,5kg dinner costs you 15zł (3,5 EUR). Ain`t no cheaper places like these two. Bar Misz-Masz offers one soup of a day and also serves good Polish food but not only. Menu is similar to Miś but extended with dishes like:
– spicy chicken
– chcicken in sweet and sour sauce
– ribs
– poultry shoarma
– spaghetti
– fries
– fishes
and others.

Dishes are as good as in Bar Miś. Price is really low and you are able to take as much food as you want. Student have an extra 10% discount any time and even more, everybody pays half of price in last 30 minutes nearly closing the local.

So if you are hungry in centre of Wroclaw next to main square these two options allows you to eat tasty dinner in suprisely low price. I think you have to try its food. Huge recomendation from me. You surely won`t be disappointed.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.

Macondo is a cradle of culture in Nadodrze. It is a combination of art gallery,  cafe,  bookshop, and meeting place. Name of the place is from the book One Hundred Years of Solitude written by Gabriel García Márquez. Every month Macondo organises lots of cultural events. Due to an array of events, everyone can probably find something for himself. Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.

EXHIBITIONS

Every month Macondo organises a vernissage. Artists present their works from many areas. You could see paintings, sculptures, graphics, drawings, photos as well as posters or collages. Certainly, you wold not be bored. You can visit all the exhibitions for free.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Poster from the exhibition of American posters made by Yee-Haw studio

DRAWING SUNDAY

If you are interested in drawings you should visit Macondo on Sunday. You have an opportunity to attend the drawing meetings. Every class have a different theme. The teachers are experienced artists. Organiser provides drawing stuff. Entry costs between 20 and 30 zlotych.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Drawing by Lena Czerniawska – one of the Macondo’s founders

AEROPLANE

It is a series of improvised and experimental music performances. Therefore you should prepare for unexpectable. They take place one per month. There is a cosy atmosphere.  If you like untypical music get to know Macondo. This is the most noteworthy place for those events. Entry for aeroplanes is free.

Drawing Sunday's announcement
Music is my Aeroplane – poster

WORKSHOPS

In Macondo, you can take a part in many workshops. The most popular are calligraphy workshops. You can choose for example Japanese calligraphy or calligraphy from the 20’s.  Workshops are organised a few times a month. Macondo provides all essential calligraphy tools hence entry is paid – from 30 to 40 zlotych.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Calligraffiti – one of the theme on calligraphy workshops

FAJF

It is a series of discussion meetings. Maybe you would like to improve your polish language skills. Take the chance to check yourself. Every meeting has its own topic. Exemplary topics are about music, philosophy.  Furthermore, it seems to be a great occasion to meet new friends. Of course, FAJF is free.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Poster from FAJF about music theory

HASYAYOGA

Every Monday you can visit Macondo and take a part in specific yoga exercises. Hasyayoga is about unconditional laughing.  The laugh should not depend on your mood or your sense of humour. It’s rather about training correct breathing while laughing. As a result, it decreases the level of stress. Finally, it helps to find your internal balanced. Entry is free.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Hasyayoga graphic

OTHER EVENTS

Let’s meet in Macondo. You would find there even more. Are you interested in literature? Check the meetings about favourites writers. Do you probably like journeys? Visit Macondo and talk about it with an experienced traveller. Maybe you just want to drink a cup of coffee? Here you are! What can I say? Convince yourself to check this place. Discover undiscovered. Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Macondo inside

Location

ul. Pomorska 19, Wrocław

Opening hours

12:00 – 20:00 (unless there is something going on)

Schedule

Check the recent schedule on Macondo’s fan page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/macondo.fundacja/events/?ref=page_internal

Dive into the culture. Get to know Macondo.
Macondo schedule for October

Websites:

https://macondofundacja.weebly.com/

https://www.facebook.com/macondo.fundacja/

 

Urban jungle in the city

Urban jungle in the city

How to create your own urban jungle in Wroclaw?

Urban jungle in the city
Urban jungle

There’s no better way to bring freshness and harmony into your life than to surround yourself with plants. Creating your own urban jungle in the city is not that difficult as you think.

Urban jungle and the love for plants seem to be everywhere lately. It is a huge trend in the interiors and design.  Tired of the cold and monochrome spaces, people prefer to be surrounded by the cosy and calm colours and shapes of the plants. There is a huge connection between love for plants and clean living and digital detoxing.

And indoor plants keep us reconnected to the nature. They have significant impact both on our physical and mental well being. They purify the air from toxins and release the oxygen back. Most of all they improve our sleep, decrease stress and anxiety levels and improve our cognitive performance.

Plants help us pursue a healthier and better lifestyle. While taking care of them we learn how to be patient again. In the world of instant gratification, plants make us slow down and wait for the result.

Creating your own urban jungle in the city is rather not difficult, but below are some helpful place that will get you started in Wroclaw.

Projekt Rośliny is a shop located on Kluczborska 3 Street. Two friends created this place out of their love for plants. They offer the advise on which plants to choose and what’s more how to take care of them. Their love and passion for plants is visible on each page of the book they wrote together, also called Projekt Rośliny.

Akademia Miejskiego Ogrodnika is a series of meetings and workshops held in Barbara on Świdnicka 8B Street. Each meeting consists of theoretical lecture about a chosen subject, connected with plants and also a practical workshop, where participants can check their knowledge in practice. What is even more useful, participants can share plants, seedlings and seeds between each other. Meetings are free of charge.

Last recommended place is Natura Rzeczy. It is a shop and a gallery filled with beautiful objects and plants.  Place promotes polish designers and organizes workshops that help participants discover their inner creativity and helps them find their inner peace.  One of the workshop teaches how to create our own forest in the jar.

It’s difficult only until you try it, so go on and create your own urban jungle in the city. Good luck!

Zero waste because ecology is the most important thing

Almost 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic floats in oceanic waters, which corresponds to 80,000 tons. The area filled with rubbish is three times larger than France. These terrifying data make us think about the ecology and direction in which humanity is heading. They also ensure that people who choose to live in the spirit of zero waste philosophy should be treated with genuine respect.

Zero waste is a lifestyle according to which a person tries to generate as little waste as possible, thus not polluting the environment.

There are five main rules  that apply in zero waste:

–    Refuse -do not agree to unnecessary pollution, refuse advertising leaflets, disposable packaging, as well as all products produced to the detriment of the environment, generating waste and pollution.

–    Reduce – reduce the number of objects, lead a possibly minimalist life, surround yourself only with what you actually use and what you need to live.

–    Reuse – do not use disposable solutions. Use reusable packaging, thermos, dishes and even hygienic items. Use again what is already trash at first glance

–    Recycle – make sure unnecessary things have been converted into something useful. Sort rubbish  and get to the appropriate points, process what you can even at home

–    Rot – compost organic waste, obtaining energy or natural fertilizer. Use what, when worn out, can hit the compost.

Followers of the zero-waste philosophy are a big challenge for marketing, however, it offers many interesting possibilities that would certainly benefit ecology. One such proposal could be food from edible or dissolving packs.  Another idea is to create a zero waste network where products would be sold without packaging or in reusable packaging. In addition to grocery stores, you could also create drugstores or clothing stores where the goods would not be packed in plastic bags or containers.

In Wrocław, we still rarely see people who come to the store and pour flour into self-sewn linen pouches. Shops that give this opportunity are also rare. Maybe if people had the opportunity to do this kind of shopping, they would be happy to use it. General environmental awareness is also unsatisfactory although it is slowly moving in a better direction. Some time ago, fees for one-off plastic bags were introduced to reduce their consumption. However, we must remember that the generations of children in the 70’s and 80’s were collecting cans and cigarette packages. In the gray PRL times, everything colorful found its supporters. Today the same people are learning ecology and segregation so the path to zero waste is still very long.

Living in the spirit of zero waste is not easy especially before the right habits are established. It is also becoming difficult to find representatives of such professions as a shoemaker or a tailor who can repair shoes or clothing so that there is no need to buy new ones.  Slowly, however, the return of these forgotten professions can be noticed, in some Polish cities there arise points where you can repair and renew old footwear. However, these services are expensive. And here is probably the biggest problem of the zero waste movement. This lifestyle is unfortunately expensive. It also requires spending a lot of time, especially when there is limited access to stores where you can buy goods without packaging. Of course, you can look for local farmers and millers, but it is time-consuming and expensive for average people.

With great interest, I will follow the development of this movement. I wonder if it will turn out to be only extravagant fashion, or maybe he will have more and more supporters. Certainly, our planet would benefit if people learned to live according to the zero-waste philosophy.

 

Worth to check!

BEZ PUDŁA is the first stationary store in Wroclaw supporting the idea of Zero Waste. They sell natural products mostly from local suppliers and make sure that every product purchased from their serves the natural environment and does not generate waste. They pack in containers that customer brings or in ecological packaging. In their assortment we can find both food by weight, as well as natural cosmetics without packaging and everyday articles that will help you live ecologically. BEZ PUDŁA  promotes a lifestyle aimed at eliminating waste from our everyday life. Supports a circular economy in which all raw materials are re-used and fully biodegradable, affects human, animal and plant health.

Best burgers in Wroclaw that will blow your mind

Best burgers in Wroclaw that will blow your mind. Not a real fan of experimenting with tastes? No worries, we tried those places for you! 

If you’re not a big fan of experimenting with tastes and You like to visit fast-food restaurants (who doesn’t!), that should be a very handy guide for you to find a nice place to eat and drink. Actually, I’m going to present 3 of my favourite places to try yummy burgers. And NO! It’s not about McDonald’s, KFC, or Burger King.

The thing that matters the most are obviously the ingredients, especially the meat and degree of its doneness.  And believe me, after trying out those, you gonna cross out McDonald’s from your list FOREVER!

*The following order is random, I would recommend you to try all, to find your perfect burgers 🙂

Moa Burger

It’s probably the first place, I’ve got an occasion to change my mind about regular burgers. Place by itself looks very cosy and modern. It’s distinguished by a unique taste of bread rolls. The menu offers 22 different burgers so you can definitely find something ideal for your needs. Beef is often served perfectly roasted, but there is an option to choose a degree of meat doneness – rare, medium or well.  Moreover, every week the restaurant offers ‘The Burger of the Week’ which is announced on their website.

Moa burgers restaurant
Moa Burger, Plac Solny 10
Moa burgers ingredients
Moa Burger

https://www.moaburger.com

Where to find: Plac Solny 10, Wrocław

Opening hours:
Sunday – Thursday 11:00 – 23:00
Friday – Saturday 11:00 – 1:00

Pasibus

The company has its origins in food trucks, they originally started with a single truck in 2013 to grow into several restaurants around whole city. This genuine truck called ‘Dziadziu’ is still in use as the best memento and it stands vis a vis a shopping mall Arkady Wroclawskie.

Gonzales burgers with nachos
Pasibus foodtruck ‘Dziadziu’

Where to find: Powstancow Slaskich 5, Wrocław

Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday 12:00 – 19:00

You can buy burgers there as well, although the menu might be a bit different than the one in the standalone restaurants. For example, they do not serve any potato chips there, only nachos. Moreover, on the site there is a small area with a few more food trucks which offer a big variety of products. It’s a very cool place to eat and chill with friends open air.

There are 2 restaurants located near marketplace so in case of crowd, you can try your luck by walking around 800m to the other place (8 minutes).

Pasibus serves around 15 different kind of burgers with different level of spiciness and many sorts of side dishes and appetizers. They will also prepare meat by doneness of your choice.

As a drink, I would recommend one called ‘Dobry Towar’. It’s produced locally in Wroclaw, all 100% natural, without weird add-ons.

Pasibus burgers restaurant Swidnicka
Pasibus restaurant, Swidnicka 11
Gonzales burgers with potato chips
Pasibus restaurant, Swidnicka 11, spicy Gonzales Burger with jalapenos peppers

https://pasibus.pl

Where to find: Swidnicka 11 or Wlodkowica 37

Opening hours:
Monday – Thursday 11:00 – 1:00
Friday 11:00 – 3:00
Saturday 12:00 – 3:00
Sunday 12:00 – 1:00       

Ltd Burger

This restaurant serves around 12 different burgers among which are such classics as a cheeseburger. There are a few inspired by countries, like ‘Polish Burger’, Canadian Burger’ or ‘Italian Burger’, characterised by different sets of ingredients matching best known vegetables and sauces from around the world.

The restaurant is located vis a vis ‘Nowe Horyzonty’ cinema, which is almost in the middle distance between two Pasibus restaurants – in case you would change your mind in the middle of the walk 🙂

Ltd burgers with potato chips
Ltd Burger, Psie Budy 7/9

http://burgerltd.pl

Where to find: Psie Budy 7/9

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday 10:00 – 22:00
Saturday – Sunday 12:00 – 22:00