Wednesday, 26 November 2008


Want to know where one of the best value for money and FUN restaurants is in London?

Look no further than the Lowiczanka Polish Centre in Ravenscourt Park close to Hammersmith.

The food is excellent. If there’s two of you, try the Polish shared menu which includes enough delicious peirogis, hunter’s stew, smoked sausage, potatos, and cabbage rolls for dinner as well as leftovers for lunch. It also comes with sides of carrot salad and a second dish of the day. For desert, try one of their 25+ different types of vodka. Cherry and lemon are especially good.
As for the fun, on Friday and Saturday nights, this gentleman gypsy performs the wildest fiddle routines you ever would’ve heard. He’s so fast, you can’t even see his hands move. There’s often a Polish wedding party, so be prepared to jump up and dance. The other patrons may be mostly Polish, but non Poles are heartily welcomed too. This is a great place for a group party. The building and the d├ęcor might look as if you’ve landed in the Polish equivalent of a Knights of Columbus Hall, but after a few vodkas and the lure of the fiddle, you can’t help but enjoy yourself.

p.s. – This place can be very popular, so reservations are encouraged.
p.s.s. - Happy Thansgiving Eve!

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