Restaurants

Top Choice International in Olsztyn

Spiżarnia Warmińska

With its 21st-century interior, clued-up staff and occasional live music, the 'Warmian Larder' has rapidly established itself as Olsztyn's best place to eat. The mix of Polish and international dishes uses only the …
International in Giżycko

Grota

Restaurants on the marina may draw crowds with their lake-front views, but Grota gets the locals’ vote for its food. Wood-oven-baked pizzas and a mix of Polish and German cuisine fill the menu, and there’s canalside…
Cafe in Olsztyn

Feniks Cafe

A lovely little caffeine and cake stop on the main thoroughfare through the Old Town with better-than-average coffees and calorie-packed treats for the sweet-toothed such as szarlotka (apple cake), sticky filled bun…
Polish in Giżycko

Bar Hornet

The suitably yellow Hornet splits itself into two sections: a self-service cafeteria and a smarter sit-down restaurant. The only difference between them is the waiters, but it’s nice to have a choice! The food’s dec…
Polish in Mikołajki

Restauracja Prohibicja

Possibly Mikołajki’s best eating option has a stylishly done gangster-jazz theme. The walls are covered in pictures of famous silver-screen mobsters and celebrated jazz musicians doing their thing, as well as photos…
International in Giżycko

Kuchnia Świata

The best year-round place to eat in town, the ‘Cuisines of the World’ certainly lives up to its name, with countless reminders of the culinary world you’ve left behind, such as king prawns, Greek salads and Chinese …
Polish in Ostróda

Tawerna

Tawerna occupies a lovely spot on a small lake inlet at the northern end of town. Its large wooden deck is the perfect place for an aperitif or a hearty Polish meal. Kayak hire available for burning off any excesses…
Vegetarian in Olsztyn

Greenway

A branch of the popular Polish chain. Monster portions of the usual offerings, such as Mexican goulash, lasagna and spinach quiche, are great belly fillers and there's a mega-cheap lunch menu for 11zł.
Czech in Olsztyn

Česká Hospoda

Northern Poland's best Prague-style beer hall is a pretty authentic affair complete with three types of Bohemian lager, a menu of stodgy goulash, potato cakes and sirloin and a large outdoor terrace.
Polish in Olsztyn

Bar Dziupla

Choose between the creamy interior or out on the pretty main square to enjoy a mixed menu that pretty much covers all Polish tastes.