Good food, nice service, convenient location
Cons: small space
Good food, nice service, convenient location
Despite being a small place, it has the best fast (healthy) food in the city, for a very affordable price! There are many available choices in the menu and the staff is very friendly and speaks perfect English! I would recommend to try the falafel and the hummus, and they are fabulous!
I guess it's pretty hard not to like this place. Very friendly service. The menue has pictures. We had indian dishes which were really good. Big choice of different sorts of mate and other lemonades. Lovely atmosphere! It's tiny though, with the kitchen close to the restaurant area which gave our clothes a bit of a smell, but well, it was worth it.
I was in Wroclaw just for couple of days but this restaurant was one of the best things there! Amazing food, very nice service and cozy inside.
Was here during a short trip to Poland - and I have not a single negative thing to say about that place! :D
The food which the waitress recommended was great (had some Indian dish with deep-fried cauliflower (nicely spiced), carrot-vegetable-mix, rice, ginger) and inexpensive. I was sitting outside while enjoying it and then also got a piece of cake as a take-away, since I was too full to eat it right after lunch. The cake was also really good!
Would definitely go there again :)
Casual eatery with vegan food from Poland and around the world, including polish dumplings (pierogi), samosa, burgers, falafel wraps, kofta, tofu curry and thalis.
All the dishes looked good, the thali was great and the pierogi delicious. The "tofurnik" (tofu cheesecake) was good.
Fair-trade coffee, a nice selection of teas, bottled drinks, juices and smoothies.
Soup of the day is really good value for money.
They also have A few gluten free options.
great place and food - safed my life ;)
Great vegan bar with a basic but tasty menu for more than reasonable prices! They have a menu with dishes from differents places around the world (indian thali, noodles, polish dishes, etc). You can see that is fresh food, well prepared. I'll recommend it.
If you want vegan pierogi you must visit Najadacze. They are incredibly tasty. They also have amazing soup. Whatever the soup of the day happens to be, get it. I would also recommend the chow mein.
The only thing I don't recommend is Kofta. It tastes great when it's done well, but it has been hit and miss (often miss) for me.
This is a small restaurant tucked away just outside of Rynek (market square). If you're coming with a large group there won't be much room for you, but you might be able to make it work.
As the other posters said, it's a limited menu, but I think that's a good thing: they know what they're good at, and they specialize in exactly that. I had the pierogi ruskie and it was delicious. I'm definitely coming back. Even better for me: they also offer a range of nice beverages such as mate ice tea (Club Mate, Gekko Mate, Club Mate Cola...) - which is quite hard to find in Poland, if you're addicted to it, coming straight from Berlin ;-)
Only one remark: it's not so nice to sit there, the street just isn't that pretty and some of the seating on the outside is in a garage entrance - but well, they're making the best out of their situation. At least the tables and chairs are quite nice.
i've been there only once and i had some asian noodles which were really good. the meal was pretty big so i shared it with a friend (we also got a lentil soup which turned out to be just some veggie soup). they don't have too many options, mostly falafel-ish stuff.
I loved this place, the seating is limited but the food is amazing. They only offer a small menu but the food is of such good quality, I went back twice for the vegan pierogies. SO good! It's cheap and really tasty and not fair from the main square so it's quite easy to find. They specialise in Indian food and falafels, you will not come away from this place feeling hungry!
this is quite new place here in Wrocław but quickly became my new favourite place:) prices are affordable and food is delicious. meals are vegan and inspired by world cuisine.
An awesome place with vegan food and world music. Very cheap and generous portions make it the "must visit" place for every veg-food-blogger. The localization is great and the place itself is pretty.
A very good, very reasonably priced restaurant. I enjoyed my food here very much. :-)
I know Daniel's (one of two that created Najadacze) kitchen for years. He collects his recipes during the trips all over the world and he travels a lot.
Najadacze is truly food for the soul. Healthy, delicious and cooked with creativity. Who knows who is having more fun: us eating it or them cooking it?
If you only have a chance you should definitely try.
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