Review on The Karczma
The Karczma is a traditional Polish restaurant and bar in the heart of Birmingham, just a five minute walk from both the popular Bull Ring Shopping Centre and Moor Street Rail Station. The eclectic interior is a treasure chest of curios, the ceiling is lined with hay, murals on the walls depict traditional Polish farm scenes and there are country style sturdy wooden tables and chairs covered with sheepskins. It is a very cosy and rustic setting for the hearty and robust dishes sent out by the kitchen.
The menu includes many classic Polish dishes in the shape of Pierogi, stuffed dumplings, Berszcz beetroot soup, herrings marinated in oil and onions a popular appetiser to accompany Polish Vodka and Zurek, pickled rye flour soup served from a hollowed out loaf of bread. To finish you could choose the traditional Polish apple cake with freshly whipped cream and ice cream or maybe pancakes with cream cheese or jam. There is a concise wine list to accompany the extremely well-priced menu, but the excellent choice of flavoured vodkas are the main attraction.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.00am through until
Dinner: 11.00pm Tue - Sat (11.00am - 9.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card