This diminutive Polish hideaway stocks some 50 different vodkas, categorised according to descriptions such as ‘clean and clear’, ‘dry and interesting’ and ‘nice and sweet’.
It’s a flat-rate £2.90 for your shot, whether that’s rowanberry-flavoured Jarzebiak, the cherry Wisniowka, caraway seed-tinted Kminkowy or sweet aniseed Zacheta.
To chase the chaser, avoid the draught options and go for a Polish brew from the well-stocked fridge (Zubr, Zywiec, Tatra or Lech, perhaps). Hearty bigos stew, pierogi and herring are among the comestibles.
The merry throng is overlooked by a large, folk art-style mural of a cockerel.
|Venue name:||Bar Polski||Contact:|
11 Little Turnstile
|Opening hours:||Open 4-11pm Mon; 12.30-11pm Tue-Thur; 12.30-11.30pm Fri; 6-11pm Sat. Food served 4-10pm Mon; 12.30-10pm Tue-Fri; 6-10pm Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Holborn tube|
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Average User Rating
4.3 / 5
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Absolutely amazing staff, really friendly. Great drinks. Yes there are fancier places to look at but those who know it, love it.
Great bar with a huge selection of vodkas. If you don't like clean vodkas try their lemon or blackcurrant ones. Their potato pancakes and pierogi are amazing too. The only downside is that the place is small so at busy times you have to wait for a place to sit.
Bril atmosphere, friendly and very knolegdgable staff. Shots £3-00 £3-50 three min walk from. Holborn tube . Worth a visit.
Nothing soo special about the place, does not even have any specific climate ;) yup they got quite nice food and usual Polish drinks, but in the end, its just another London city pub, and it is not the cheapest one.