Celebrity chef Magda Gessler has given this classy restaurant a makeover. Elegant decor in pink and green tones is complemented by a menu of reimagined Polish dishes alongside classics. It's the best place in Nysa i…
Old-fashioned Polish and Jewish cooking in an elegant but unfussy setting. The goose in cranberry sauce can't be topped, though the grilled duck breast comes close. Be sure to reserve on weekends, as this place is j…
Serves a range of contemporary Polish dishes in an elegant interior with lots of timber touches. Choices range from homemade dumplings with spinach and walnuts, to leg of rabbit in a mustard sauce. A classy place to…
Elegant award-winning restaurant on the main square, with an atmospheric timber-lined interior. Serves a range of regional dishes, plus pizza for variety.
Just north of the Rynek is this pizzeria with a wood-burning stove and a pleasant long terrace. It's the best option for decent Italian cuisine on a street with plenty of Mediterranean offerings.
Cheap, meat-free cafeteria on two floors in the centre of the Rynek, offering vegetarian and vegan dishes in a light green space. There’s a good choice of soups and crêpes. Set menu options run from 10zł to 22zł.
Karczma Lwowska serves up tasty Polish standards in a rustic, rural space; try the beer served in big ceramic mugs. Some dishes hail from the former eastern Poland (now western Ukraine).
Authentic but relatively pricey Italian food; the cheaper trattoria at ground level serves good pizza and pasta in an atmospheric interior of checked tablecloths and timber tables.
Compact, warmly lit Mexico Bar features sombreros and backlit masks on the walls, and serves all the Mexican favourites. There's a small bar to lean on while waiting for a table.
Well-regarded fine-dining option presenting impeccable modern versions of Polish classics and silver-service table settings (candles, crystal, linen) in delightful Gothic surrounds. Bookings are recommended.