Where To Eat in Wroclaw?

When you cross off all the spots from your list of the things to do in Wroclaw, it’s time to try some local food! There are many amazing restaurants in Wroclaw: from the high-end bars to cheap milk bars, we’ve covered it all.

Keep on reading to find out where to eat in Wroclaw.

Best Restaurants In Wroclaw

Bar Wiking

It’s one of the cheapest places to eat in Wroclaw. You can have scrambled eggs with bread there for as little as 5 PLN ($1.5).

The dinner will cost less than 10 PLN ($3). Wiking is a truly local bar, so if you are traveling on a budget or you simply want to try traditional Polish food, you won’t be disappointed.

Address: Pilsudskiego 14, 50-033 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 8 AM – 5/6 PM

Lwia Brama²

Looking for the best restaurants in Wroclaw for fine dining? Go to Lwia Brama²! It’s located on Ostrow Tumski, just a few steps from the Wroclaw Cathedral.

They serve absolutely outstanding, high-end food. We spent more than 2 weeks in Wroclaw and dinner at Lwia Brama² was honestly one of the best we had in the city.

Address: Katedralna 9, 50-328 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 12 PM – 9/10 PM

OKWine Bar

It is one of the best restaurants in Wroclaw with a view. They not only have a wide selection of wine but also serve great food.

This riverside restaurant is a nice place for a date or to spend a relaxing afternoon with your travel buddies.

Address: Ksiecia Witolda 1, 50-202 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 12 PM – until the last client


It’s where you can have arguably the best Wroclaw breakfast. Szynkarnia has quality products and a wide collection of craft beer. It’s not only a restaurant but also a shop where you can buy local products like szynka (meat), cheese, honey, and more. Yum!

Address: Swietego Antoniego 15, 50-073 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 9/10 AM – 12 AM

Zloty Pies

Located in the heart of the Old Town, it’s one of the best restaurants in Wroclaw. They not only serve outstanding food but also have their own craft beer. We love everything about Zloty Pies! It’s our favorite place to eat at Rynek.

Address: Rynek 41, 51-116 Wroclaw

Opening hours: Mon: 1 PM – 10 PM; Tue-Wed: 12 PM – 12 AM; Thu-Sat: 12 PM – 2 AM, Sunday: 12 PM – 10 PM 

TIP: Right next to Zloty Pies, there is another famous place to eat, called Bernard. We had dinner there once and we were really disappointed. It was overpriced, their craft beer was lousy, and they didn’t have many dishes from the menu (f.e. beer ice-cream, and beer soup). Don’t go there.

Piekarnia Zloto Nadodrza

It’s not really a restaurant but a bakery, where you can try Wroclaw Donuts (paczki wroclawsko-lwowskie) with plum and cinnamon filling. Zloto Nadodrza is also one of the places to eat in Wroclaw where you can buy traditional Polish pastries and bread.

Address: Henryka Poboznego 20, 53-110 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 6 AM – 6 PM on weekdays; 6 AM – 2 PM on Saturdays

Gastropub Wroclawska

It’s one of the best restaurants Wroclaw to try traditional local food.

They serve dishes that were eaten in the city many years ago, like crayfish soup, red cabbage bigos, and more. It’s all really delicious!

Gastropub Wroclawka is located very close to Rynek, so be sure to eat dinner there at least once.

Address: Szewska 59/60, 50-139 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 12 PM – 10 PM/12 AM

What Are The Best Bars in Wroclaw?


Amazing music, friendly atmosphere, cheap drinks, and snacks. Manana is a great place for everyone, no matter how old you are. A truly awesome spot to experience nightlife in Wroclaw.

Address: Swietego Mikolaja 8-10, 50-029 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 5-6 PM / 3-7 AM

Zazoo Beach Bar

It’s open from April to September!

It’s our all-time favorite place to chill out, and also experience Wroclaw nightlife. Located close to the main tourist attractions in the city, it’s a great place to have a drink and relax.

Address: Wybrzeze Wyspianskiego 39E, 50-370 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 11 AM / 12 PM – 12 AM

Przybij Piątaka (Gimme Five)

There are two Przybij Piątaka bars in Wroclaw. It’s a very popular place to experience nightlife in Wroclaw. As the name suggests, almost all the drinks at these bars cost 5 PLN ($1.5).

Address: Jana Ewangelisty Purkyniego 1, 11-400 Wroclaw
or Kazimierza Wielkiego 49/1a, 50-077 Wroclaw

Opening hours: 3 PM – until the party is over

Wyspa Slodowa (Slodowa Island)

A peaceful oasis in the heart of the city. This small island is a perfect place to relax, have a drink, and experience Wroclaw nightlife. You will find there great restaurants with a view and even a beach bar.

Address: Ruska 51, 50-079 Wroclaw
Opening hours: different, depending on the bar;

Pasaz Niepolda

It’s hard to speak about the nightlife in Wroclaw without mentioning Pasaz Niepolda. It’s a spot visited by students, so if you want to make new friends, that’s your place to go.

There are many bars and clubs at Pasaz Niepodla, so after a drink or two, you can dance as well.

Address: Wyspa Slodowa, 53-110 Wroclaw
Opening hours: 7/8 PM – until the party is over

Pasaz Pokoyhof

Great place for mature travelers. Some people call it the most hipster place in Wroclaw.

If you are traveling to Wroclaw with kids, or you are looking for a bit more quiet place to have a drink, you’ll love Pasaz Pokoyhof. More info here.

Address: Swietego Antoniego 2/4, 50-073 Wroclaw
Opening hours: different, depending on the bar; most are opening at 12 PM

If you want to truly experience the nightlife in the city, go to pub crawl Wroclaw or book VIP limo party tour.

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  1. I will be traveling to Poland in the next few years. Thank you for all of your amazing suggestions. We are cyclists. We can travel 30 – 60 miles a day enjoying flat valleys and high climbing mountains. Is there a particular region where we could stay at one hotel to enjoy this type of riding?

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