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Just 150 metres down the road from The Marriott hotel, Legends offers a traditional British menu and a selection of British drinks for those who miss the food back home, as well as local Poles and tourists. They stock cider, Guinness, English Ales and all the local drinks too. It is a warm and welcoming place to relax, and is a great place to catch the latest sports that are played live on the many screens inside.
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Michael Cleere from Ireland Reply
The Legends is definately a very good local pub. I visit there quite a lot, and Graham always has a welcoming smile and chat that makes this pub so special. I would definately recommend this pub for its good service, homily, and very clean.
Anna and Jack from United Kingdom Reply
This was the worst pub / restaurant we have ever encountered. The staff was extremely rude, and both the food and the beer didn't remind anything British. You can expect much better treatment and higher food and beverage quality in gresy spoon cafes in the UK! A truly awful, dodgy place with typically communist style Polish attitude and pretence of being British....LOL! The owners have no concept of Britishness or politeness. Avoid it guys, unless you want to be insulted and taken for a fool.
Nick from Poland Reply
My favourite place in Warsaw! The only food I had from a can was the baked beans as well they should be ;) My personal treat is their winter goulash soup although you'd have to go a long way to find a better pub curry too! I waited a long time to find a friendly local with great English ales & somewhere to sit at the bar & chat nonsense to strangers & here it is. Enjoy!
Steven from United Kingdom Reply
Will never go back, the beer was flat, the wine tasted like vinegar and the food was straight from a can for 4 times the price - oh and the sport, forget it - I went for an England game and it was fuzzy and stalled throughout - just bad, very bad
Peter from United Kingdom Reply
Just way below being a decent pub
James from United Kingdom Reply
Seriously give it a miss. The food is, well what can I say, sad, below what you would expect - given the high prices - and, well not edible... it's just sad. And the beer, I went for the English beer... its flat, flatter than a glass of still water, flat - I had high hopes for this place but it is just not good... so I'm looking for another British place that may deliver quality for the high prices British pubs charge in this town.
Rob Stephens from United Kingdom Reply
Super little British pub in the heart of Warsaw. Well rated, friendly and family owned.
Philip Clarke from United Kingdom Reply
If you want a British style pub this is a great place, which is central located and British/Polish family owned.
Stephanie from United Kingdom Reply
Turn right outside the Marriott and walk for 5 minutes and your at Legends.Went 3 times, had really good food, especially the full English breakfast. Nice atmosphere with friendly staff. Would totally recommend it and will go again when Im back in Poland.
jamie from United Kingdom Reply
Nice bar good food etc but keep track of your own bill!!
Neil from United Kingdom Reply
A great place with good British food, good beer and very friendly and welcoming staff. Graham and beata make you feel really welcome and nothing is too much trouble. A regular quiz night, loads of sport ok the telly and nice terrace make it great place to rest and unwind. 10/10
Rob from United Kingdom Reply
At last an english pub in warsaw. just down the road from marriott hotel and tortilla factory.
Robert from United Kingdom Reply
Friendly pub in centre that is easy to get to, just a few mins from the Marriot and the main tram/bus stops outside the central station. Very friendly owners and staff, different beers, lagers, ciders etc. Always a good place to meet other ex-pats in the city and chat at the bar.