- 78% from 11 reviews
- +48 (71) 3752065
- ul. Kuznicza 42
If you're looking for cheap eats in Wroclaw, then stroll no further than just opposite the main university building where this excellent canteen is housed behind a wall of steel and glass. Infuriatingly for newcomers you have to do battle with the Polish menu on the wall first before getting a decent look at what's on offer, but other than that Bazylia delivers a perfect lunch experience. Big portions of tasty Polish and international nosh at dirt cheap prices and plenty of coy students to exchange flirtatious glance with across a crowded dining room.
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David C. from United States Reply
Excellent Food and at a great price. Weighed at the Cash out. Many varieties of beef, pork, chicken dishes. Great vegetable selection ,deserts, bread, soup. For about $6 U.S.D. you eat a large very tasty meal
Marco from Italy Reply
Great prices! Good budget option:)
HENRICKY from United Kingdom Reply
QUALITY AND FILLING FOOD, HIGHLY RECOMMEND..
ophelia from United Kingdom Reply
i love that this place serves food at bar mleczny prices but their hygeine level and frankly food quality is way better!
kiki from Portugal Reply
Great choice for students as the prices are cheap and the food is filling and tasty
Bart from Netherlands Reply
Nice and quick. Perfect for a cheap and filling lunch.
Hania from Poland Reply
This place was recommended to me by some POlish friends as a cheap, clean alternative to a milk bar. Very true! Delicious food and quick service.
Kasia from Poland Reply
If you wanna grab something to eat and do it cheaply, that is def. the place to go.
Phil Bruno from Australia Reply
it's the first place i ever ate in wroclaw. my student friend from wroclaw took me here when i visited. good polish food in a more modern atmosphere. nothing so special though.
Ian from United Kingdom Reply
The places serving Polish food are the best in Wrocław, in my humble opinion. Here you get a lot on your plate ,the food is good, and cheap. Forget any restaurant in Wrocław, in my opinion, as the food and service is not likely to be good. If you get 'infuriated' by having a menu in Polish what do you expect being abroad? Or you could take it as a chance to learn the beautiful language :)
Eva from Canada Reply
Wonderful, great-tasting and generous portions of food like "mama used to make". Mhmmm delicious.