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Oberza Pod Czerwonym Wieprzem (The Inn Under The Red Hog) takes you on a sentimental trip back to the communist time with warm atmosphere and humor. It brings you to an old type place for the party’s elite, where surrounded by chandeliers, portraits and flags you can feel the historical mood and climate in which feasted the biggest communistic leaders. One of the attraction of the Inn is huge portrait called “The Last Communist Supper” presenting all the great leaders from behind the Iron Curtain gathered for the last time around a festive table. In the restaurant menu you can find mainly traditional Polish cuisine but amateurs of good food will be pleased by culinary hits from the countries…
US$11 - US$21
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks, After-hours
Polish, European, Eastern European, Central European
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi
An unusual spot and an ideal place to unwind after travel and a long day of work.
We shared an array of appetisers followed by soup, which some of us found enough to eat, but we had to experience the famous pierogy platter! Those who...More
Let me start with the down side of the visit before I rate the food. I called to reserve a table for 9 last Friday night and was told the reservation was booked, I called a couple of days later to change the number of...More
Went here for a business dinner on a Tuesday evening, as we thought it should be not to crowded. But that was wrong, the place was almost fully crowded, which meant a bit of waiting time for service. But in the end, the food (chef’s...More
We visited on Sunday 9th , I had booked in advance, pr ordered starters , all was on the table as we arrived!
A great venue, very interesting place which over the years has been visited by the rich and famous from all walks of...More
I went here for a work do in November. The atmosphere when you step into the restaurant is amazing. Very traditional Polish, lot's of famous celebrities have been there before. Although the food was wasn't bad, I have certainly had better meals in Warsaw for...More
The name says it all. "Czerwony Wieprz" - meaning The Red Hog. The Red Hog – a traditional slang-name for any former Communist Party official in Poland. My visit was for a lunch, but there is no Lunch Menu offered at this restaurant. You could...More
Visited on a weekday night and didn’t have an issue getting a table.
The menu is big with loads of choices. Lots of traditional food which is why we came.
We ordered the mushroom stuffed rolled chicken breast which is like a Kiev. It was...More