I cheated a little with my restaurant choice today, as this is the hotel’s dining option. However, it looked contemporary in its design and the menu was interesting.
Actually, one of the main reasons I came here was my free Accor drink. White wine, I have no idea what type…
Beautifully presented, although a little bit random perhaps. There are warm shrimps, mango, orange, avocado, peanuts and coriander. There’s meant to be a Thai sauce, but it just tastes of orange to me.
However, despite the textural challenge that the peanuts presented, the ingredients actually worked well together.
Not normally a dessert person, but I was intrigued that they had Eton Mess. They had got a little excited with the fruit, but the meringue sections were light.
All good meals need a beer. Unfortunately they took the bottle away, but this is from the local Olbracht Brewery. It’s a dark gingerbread beer, called Gourmet Foch.
Total price, excluding the wine, was around £8. Expensive for Polish standards, but the environment is pleasant and the service is efficient.