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Polonesa, Rio de Janeiro

4.0 stars



Food they serve is not cooked by a polish chef or even someone who has ever been to poland or tried polish food. Presentation and flavours nowhere near polish food. Big dissappointment and embarrassment, priced as if cooked by Gordon Ramsay himself. Would definitely not recommend unless you are looking for 80´s experiance with bad food and low standars. [more ]

Poles apart

Dining options in Rio are nothing if not varied. While the tourist traps tend to offer little other than mediocre seafood and greasy pizza, look a little further and you'll find interesting cuisine from the unlikeliest places. A good example of this is A Polensa, a great Polish restaurant that has been an unlikely hit with Rio's rich and fabulous. I enjoyed a delicious bowl of borscht (chilled beetroot soup) on a hot day, but there are plenty of heartier options on the menu should you be in need of a thorough refuelling. Of course, this being a Polish restaurant, it's a good excuse to knock back a couple of vodka shots while you contemplate the extensive menu. You can always soak them up with a filling goulash and dumplings. [more ]

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