My wife is from Moldova and we went here for her to be able to celebrate her orthodox New Year with some food that was similar to her kitchen back home. We had the mix of dumplings to start followed by the beetroot soup and...More
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The restaurant is unusually decorated in the style of Polish tavern and has a lovely homely atmosphere. Although central, the area is not the best and you might walk straight past the front door without realising it. However, the food here is very tasty and...More
Visited with friends over the Xmas period 2016 and visited for a second time in August 2017. First visit was simply amazing - great food, both delicious and plentiful. The restaurant was buzzing with ppl enjoying the festive period, with the decor of sheepskin on...More
my friend had seen this advertised with excellent reviews so we booked in midweek as a treat . we liked the quirky interior and managed to park close by .all three of us had dumplings followed by the beef stew which be warned is a...More
We visited Karczma on the 22nd December for a bit of a Christmas treat. The menu looked wintery and comforting so we booked a table. It’s in somewhat of a unlikely location near Morr street station (close to OPM for any foodies out there). The...More
You won't go hungry here! Food is plentiful and tasty, with the Rye soup and the dumplings both particular highlights. Really cosy, friendly atmosphere. Loved the map of Poland with pins showing where customer had visited from!
I’ve been to Karczma many times before so I have decided to book our family Christmas meal in there. I have heard from my friends that the place has recently gone down hill and it’s not what it used to be but I was still...More
I've been there second time and this time it was way worse than before, which was 3 months ago. We spent an hour waiting for two dishes. Dishes were on plates which were damaged on each side, ALL of them! Food wasn't that good.
We visited this restaurant after seeing reviews on Tripadvisor and were not disappointed. The décor is cosy, interesting and very Polish. It was a really cold night when we visited and were soon warmed by the welcome and the atmosphere. The Goulash soup was warming...More