The Dinner Show planning was impeccable ! The directions to the double decker bus stop was clear and easy to walk to in City Centre. The buses were comfortable and took us directly to the Restaurant where we were treated by Polish music from a small band of men in Polish folk dress and a woman in a flower coronet and folk dress. She welcomed each of us with a small glass of cherry brandy and we went to our seats. The food was abundant! Rye soup, pork cutlet with fried potatoes and cabbage, a salad bar with over 20 items, unlimited beer and wine or soft drinks, and apple pie and ice-cream for dessert. the show was a couple doing folk dances, often inviting audience members to dance with them. It was well worth the expense .
Venue was an old gothic style restaurant very atmospheric to begin with.Met by a rather stressed out woman with a clip board, no introduction to what the night would bring, or warm welcome, just plonked us down.Tables were crammed in, seats we were on were more like a small garden chair which was pretty uncomfortable. Food was well cooked, but fairly basic. Not really our cup of tea to be frank sorry. Did not really feel it was a memorable night.