“Pod Fredrą”, a restaurant located in the very heart of the Wrocław market square, nearby the monument of Aleksander Fredro, is a treasury of traditional Polish cuisine.
The place right next to the entrance to the city hall is distinguished by a rustic decor, rich menu based on traditional recipes, and fantastic atmosphere, which will guarantee that you will feel at home.
The rich menu is full of traditional Polish dishes, including pierogi, sauerkraut, sausages, kaszanka, herrings and ribs. The restaurant is particularly proud of its coal-fired as well as smoked dishes: home-made meat, steaks, sausages, cured meat and fish. According to the rule that a good meal cannot do without a nice drink, the place offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages – beers, wines, vodkas, liqueurs and drinks. Moreover, you will feel like a child once more thanks to exquisite desserts, featuring chocolate wafers, apple pie and kogel mogel, a traditional confection made of raw egg yolk and sugar, with strawberries. The rustic decor consists of long oak tables, elegant chairs, old clocks, a fire place and numerous trinkets, which guarantee that you will immediately feel at home. A great is impression is complemented by a polite staff.