Poznań, the capital of the Wielkopolska (Greater Poland) region and home to half a million people, has always played an important role in Poland’s history and today is one of the most vibrant Polish cities. Here are ten of Poznań’s restaurants worth going to, ranging from traditional and located in the old town, to modern, international and design-oriented venues.
Concordia Taste is as much a restaurant as a design showcase space, created in order to appreciate Polish design and post-industrial aesthetics. The most important and unique feature of the restaurant is the mobile culinary Food-Lab station. It is a combination of a culinary workshop space and a modern kitchen, where the cooks work in front of the guests. The menu is not regional but represents a tasty mix of everything the large number of chefs come up with or whatever the clients wish to eat.
Address & telephone number: Concordia Taste, Concordia Design, Zwierzyniecka 3, Poznań, Poland, +48 61 667 44 00
This restaurant, whose motto is ‘Respect for food’, belongs to the Slow Food movement. It offers the modern European cuisine, unique in Poznań. Its interiors are modern and simple, designed in an elegant and artistic way. The menu includes scallops tartar served with corn salad, apples and baked blood sausage, or baked salmon with celery, green lentils and served with calamari sauce.
Address & telephone number: Hugo Restaurant, Stare Koszary, ul. Wojskowa 4, Poznan, Poland, +48 61 861 82 18