This is the Loza in the huge shopping centre beside the main train station! We stopped here for breakfast before taking train out to salt mine. I had bacon, sausage and bread (24.90) and a latte (12.90). Food was ok but nothing special.
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Walked in at nine and was immediately seated. Very contemporary, and casual with a nice vibe. The food was excellent, our waiter even better and the bill for a three course meal and drinks an unbelievable 230 Zl. The only pity was we hadn't got...More
We had a good service , nice food , nice drinks . Set outside and had live music playing and opportunity to see all the activities . We had a good time. We ordered caprese salad, and carpaccio for appetizer , also peirogis and steak.
There seems to be some confusion among reviewers with other Lozas in town. Going by the address, this is the Loza Cafe in the Galeria, part of the central railway station. Breakfasts are excellent - try the fresh fruit and yoghurt, with good coffee. Comfortable...More
We decided to try this place as it serves traditional Polish food ( amongst others). The waiter was helpful and very friendly, he spoke good English and helped us to choose Polish food that our 3 teens would eat without freaking out. We had a...More
When ordering food, I told the waitress that i was vegetarian and wanted the panini without meat. This was all fine. When the food was served, it had ham on it. As mistakes can be made it just decided to just tell her that i...More
After a day of sight-seeing, we came across this restaurant and decided to give it a try. A great choice! Our server, Ailar, was very attentive and helpful in describing the various dishes. We selected the pierogi and Polish beer. Yum! A delightful place for...More