During our stay in Tykocin we eat there few times. Great food and beverages, helpful people. What you need more ?
Really enjoyed the food here - big portions and an interesting twist on traditional Polish food. We sat on a big covered table outside which was lovely and really enjoyed the music playing unobtrusively in the background. Inexpensive also.
I came with a group of friends, everyone enjoyed their food, especially Czulent and some other Kosher dishes recommended by the waitress. The service was good and sitting outside very pleasant, especially with a quiet traditional music in the background.
We stopped by this little town and was pleasantly surprised with the places to visit it had to offer (synagogue, castle, and stork farm). This restaurant was interesting because it combined Polish and Jewish cuisine with a clear menu. One thing we felt it lacked...More
The interior of the restaurant is in a traditional Polish gentry style. There was also an exhibition of photographs of old Tykocin. I would say it's a so-called Kosher restaurant because there are only a few jewish dishes. I've chosen the turkey in cymes. I...More