All of five minutes away from Birmingham's Bull Ring Centre and a stones throw away from trendy Digbeth sits the quirky and traditional Polish restaurant bar, The Karczma.
Drinkers and diners looking something a little different in Birmingham will be pleasantly surprised by this traditionally decorated bar found in the Polish Millenium House. Fur throws, rustic wooden benches, stuffed animals and a thatched straw adorned ceiling make for an almighty interesting affair over drinks and a traditional Polish meal.
The Karczma meaning 'the inn', has a wholesome family feel about it that works for families dining, relaxed evening drinkers or live music shindigs alike. Pair this enviroment with warming bread bowls of soup and a shot of vodka, The Karczma certainly makes for a toasty Sunday evening affair in Brum come rain or shine.
A word from the chef:
Polish food is the name of the game at this traditional European restaurant bar in Birmingham where dishes include the likes of pan fried trou, stuffed dumplings and beef stews. Main meals range between £7-£15.
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