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First Review by KarolGajda

very tasty and satisfying - Edit

i went there once for a lunch and was very delighted by the big portions. there was not a big choice only 2 mains (vegan and gluten free). i had a moussaka with a side salad - very tasty and big portion. even though i was already very full i ve tried their tofu cheesecake with a coffee. that was delicious! i would definitely go back there to try more. the price was also reasonable. main for 5 euro and cake 3 :)

Pros: big portions, very tasty, great atmosphere

Cons: limited choice


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Interesting - Edit

We tasted here a chocolate cake and two cups of tea. The cake was nothing to die for but the atmosphere of the place was really special, sofas and books everywhere.

Pros: Vibe, Staff


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Great Food - Edit

This was great find close to our hotel. Food was delicious. Unfortunately only 2-3 choices for vegans, couple gluten free options. Friendly atmosphere. Cash only. They are happy to give you half serving as their dishes are pretty big

Pros: Great Food, Atmosphere

Cons: Too Few Vegan Options


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Good bookshop, great food - Edit

Conveniently located a 10 minute walk from the train station and a little bit out of the city centre, we were happy to kill some time here while waiting for out bus connection, as it was really enjoyable to sit in the book shop and eat the food in such a relaxing atmosphere.

The cafe offers a surprisingly large selection of food and drinks, and I went for the goulash (with soja) with potato dumplings and white cabbage. It was absolutely delicious and a really great taste of polish cuisine. I also had some raw cake afterwards, which was good.

I really enjoyed the food here and would definitely recommend it.

Pros: Good choice of food, Lovely atmosphere


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Good food, uncomfortable chairs - Edit

Why is it that coffee shops always have uncomfortable seating? It's worse when the coffee shop serves food and you want to eat with some semblance of comfort.

Oh well, this coffee shop / book store / veg*n restaurant is nice. And I like that it's in a different location than the rest of the veg*n restaurants in the city. It's still close to the city center, but it's just far enough to get you to explore a bit.

(And if you do explore, go into the nearby Renoma mall, take the elevator to the top floor, and get an awesome free outdoor view of Wroclaw from the top floor parking.)

Anyway, good chocolate cake and generally good food, but it's not my go to place in Wroclaw for 2 reasons:

1) Too many children. Maybe it's just my luck, but it seems to be a favorite of parents with young children.
2) Uncomfortable seats.

If you're cool with that then definitely check it out.

Pros: food, location

Cons: uncomfortable chairs


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