Polish restaurants are scarce in Mexico City and this one is probably the most beloved and with the longest tradition. It is said that Pope John Paul II chose it to eat here when he was visiting the city. This place feels like it belongs to another time, with paintings of bucolic Polish landscapes, chandeliers, heraldic coats of arms, the dimly lit atmosphere and, of course, a piano. When visiting, it is practically a requirement to accompany the dishes with a classic cold Polish vodka and to finish with a coffee, prepared in a still, with vodka, aniseed and cherry liqueur.


Traditional Polish food


Nueva York 150, Nápoles, Benito Juárez

Tue. - Sat., 13:30 - 20:00
Sun. 13:30 - 18:00

55 5523 8811 / 55 5543 4509


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Payment Methods

Bank Cards · Cash


salchicha polaca, carne tártara, crema de tomate con arroz, pato con mandarina, crepa rellena de queso con mermelada de blueberry

Vegan/Vegetarian Options

special cheese, salads, soups

Detailed Info
  • Reservation: not required, but can be made by telephone
  • COVID Standards
  • Open Spaces
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • WiFi

Open spaces: small indoor terrace

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