Tychy Restaurants

  • KABANOSY,  SALAMI  AND  KARCZEK  PIECZONY
    KABANOSY, SALAMI AND KARCZEK ...
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  • MADAMER  AND  CAMEMBERT  CHEESE
    MADAMER AND CAMEMBERT CHEESE
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  • SIMPLE  TOMATO-CUCUMBER  SALAD
    SIMPLE TOMATO-CUCUMBER SALAD
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    Restaurant PUB Szatnia: Great place to meet friends

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    MISCHKA  AND  FERNANDO  TASTING  TYSKIE  BEER:-)

    I kidnapped Urszula, Mischka and Fernando there. We ate some Polish food there and tasted (except me, I was designated driver hehe) Tyskie beer.

    Opened Mon-Sun from 10.00 am to the last consumer, hot dishes served till 10.30 pm.
    Credit cards accepted.

    Favorite Dish: Sirloin steak with green pepper for 18.00 zl.
    Borsch (betroot soup) with Polish raviolis for 5.00 zl.

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    At home :-): Swedish-Hungarian-Polish drink :-)))

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    SWEDEN, HUNGARY  AND  POLAND  ON  THE  WALL :-)

    Look at my picture, please. There are three bottles:
    1. Glogg (funny "o" = with two dots above :-) - Swedish soft drink made of forest fruits,
    2. Red dry or semi-dry wine: Egri Bikaver which means... blood of a bull hehe on my picture ----> Hungarian wine
    3. Dry (white) vodka - Polish Smirnoff on my picture.

    Mix the same amounts of the above liquors and warm it up but never boil. Taste! Perfect for colder days. For warmer days skip vodka :-).
    Warning: high risk of addiction.



    Favorite Dish: Drinks with glogg!

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    Reataurant PUB Szatnia: Great place to taste beer

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    HOW  TO  GET  THERE

    It's more then a pub, it's a restaurant as well - with usually delicious polish and vegetarian food.
    Nice, a little dark interior, summer garden with tarasse, delicious polish dishes and natives make this place unforgettable.

    Opened Mon-Sun from 10.00 am to the last consumer, hot dishes served till 10.30 pm.
    Credit cards accepted.

    Favorite Dish: Favourite drink:
    SLALOM GIGANT = Giant Slalom : 80 ml vodka Smirnoff + 40 ml Blue Curacao + 20 ml lemon juice - 12 zl

    Beers:
    Tyskie Gronie 0.50 liter 4.50 zl
    Tyskie Gronie 0.30 liter 3.00 zl
    Pilsner Urquel 0.50 5.50 zl
    Pilsner Urquel 0.30 3.50 zl
    Redds 0.33 4.00 zl
    Corona 0.33 9.00 zl
    Guinnes 0.33 9.00 zl
    Budweiser 0.33 7.00 zl
    Kilkenny 0.33 6.00 zl
    Lech 0.33 4.00 zl
    Tyskie without alcohol (for drivers hehe) 0.33 4.00 zl.

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    Restaurant PUB Szatnia: Polish food

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    MIXED  (WHITE,  YELLOW  AND  RED)  RICE

    Music, light, interesting interior design and delicious Polish food make this place unforgettable.

    Favorite Dish: Barszcz czysty z uszkami 250g 5 zl (Borsch = betroot soup with Polish raviolis)

    Stek z poledwicy z pieprzem zielonym 200g 18 zl (Sirloin steak with green pepper)

    Kluski slaskie 250g 4 zl (Silesian noodles made of... potatoes hehe)

    Salatka grecka (salata, pomidor, ogorek, oliwka, ser Feta) 250g 9 zl (Greek salad: lettuce, tomato, cucumber, olives, Greek ship cheese called Feta)

    To be honest it's enough for 2 persons :-).

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    Reataurant PUB Szatnia: For funs of hockey and not only

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    CZERKAWSKI  ON  THE  WALL :-)))

    "Szatnia" in Polish means a cloak-room. In fact there was the cloak-room for sportsmen of GKS Tychy sport club in this building before.

    The sport photographs are hanging on the walls, among them pictures of the most famous Polish and then top Swedish and NHL hockey player (Montreal Canadiens from Sept 2002, NY Islanders back from 2003) Mariusz Czerkawski, who is from Tychy.

    MORE in my Sports Travel Tips - clisk here.

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    At home :-): Chicken chop by Urszula

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    CHICKEN  CHOP  BY  MATCRAZY0

    Look at my lunch made by my wife Urszula (matcrazy0 :-))).

    What's there?
    Chicken made like pork chop - can I call it chicken chop ? :-). White rice and vegetables: red beans (kidney beans) and green peas from cans and fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and onion. Yummy :-)))).

    Favorite Dish: Recently it's... chili con carne - not at all Polish food hehe.

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    At home: Fish for Christmas

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    FISH  FOR  CHRISTMAS :-)))

    We surely eat traditional Polish carp for Christmas. Carp is obligatory fish for every Pole at solemn Christmas Eve diner.

    Hmm... I prefer other fish like pike-perch (zander) and salmon for example. So, we usually have more fish for Christmas and we mix them on frying pan - look at my picture, please.

    Favorite Dish: Haha, chili con carne by matcrazy0 recently = not at all Polish food :-).

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    At home: It tastes better than looks!

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    NOODLES  WITH  CABBAGE

    We eat some Polish traditional food cooked exclusively for Christmas. We never, OK, almost never eat such food other time.

    Favorite Dish: Personally I love compot made of dessicated pears and LAZANKI Z KAPUSTA (pronaunced: wa - zan - kee) that is lazanki with cabbage. Lazanki is a kind of noodles - homemade, square in shape and quite thick noodles. Available in some (rather the best only) Polish food restaurants in Poland.

    Haha, whenever you find any Polish restaurant in the USA or anywhere else please ask them about lazanki z kapusta and... e-mail me, OK?

    I love it cooked by Urszula (various herbs and forest mushrooms added :-). Hmm... it tastes better than looks on my picture and... it's my taste.

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    At home :-): Have you ever eaten... ears?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    USZKA = SMALL EARS

    Enlarge my picture please. What's there?
    They are called "uszka" (pronaunced usch-kaa) in Polish language which means small... ears. They are homemade noodles filled with meat and/or sauerkraut. Do they really look similar to ears?

    We serve them in Polish traditional borsch (barszcz :-), a soup made of beetroots, very red soup hehe.

    Favorite Dish: Borsch with... small ears = "barszcz z uszkami" made by Urszula - available in each Polish food restaurant as well.

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    At home: Do you like cauliflowers?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    CAULIFLOWERS

    I like cauliflowers prepared by Urszula. How does she cook it?

    Buy one fresh cauliflower (3.00 zl per one) but better smaller one than on my picture taken on Tychy old market. Put it into a pot with salted (2 spoons) water. Boil till cauliflower is soft. Cut into smaller pieces and serve with added hmm... how to call it? Butter and bread-crumbs perfectly (!) mixed and warmed up on a frying pan.
    Bon apetite!

    Favorite Dish: Cauliflower by Urszula!

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    At home :-): Pierogi by Urszula :-)))

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    PIEROGI  BY  URSZULA

    Urszula (matcrazy0) makes delicious pierogi (from time to time :-). Usually with meat and/or sauerkraut, at least once a year with blueberries as well.

    "Pierogi" are one of the most popular traditional Polish (Central and Eastern European) dish. "Pierogi" is plural from a word "pierog". What's that?

    Hmm... no exact English word to name it or I don't know.
    Imagine a food made from mixed flour, water and sometimes egg (like pasta) which is formed in various shape with filling (meat, vegetables or fruit) put inside (like dumplings). Then boiled. Sometimes then fried on a frying pan with butter and sliced onion which make them even more delicious :-)

    It is made in various shapes. Polish traditional pierogi are often half-moon in shape and contain minced meat (pork), forest mushrooms, sauerkraut or cheese inside. They are not served with a sauce but with "skwarki" - sliced, fried (till become light brown) pieces of onion.

    Bon apetite :-)))

    Favorite Dish: Pierogi by matcrazy0 :-)

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    At home :-): Local sausages and others

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    KABANOSY,  SALAMI  AND  KARCZEK  PIECZONY

    You can try a lot of local and less local famous Polish sausages available in each grocery and in food supermarkets.

    Urszula and me like thin, dry-smoked pork sausages called "KABANOSY" (sing. "kabanos") - look at them cut on pieces on my picture. Add Polish or Hungarian salami and delicious "karczek pieczony" = roasted pig's dim.

    Favorite Dish: Kabanosy :-), they cost approx. $4 per kilo ($8 per pound) or less.

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    At home :-): Cheese

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    MADAMER  AND  CAMEMBERT  CHEESE

    We like to eat some cheese as well. As for yellow cheese we like those ones with large wholes and rather hard than soft like Polish Madamer or some foreign cheeses as well.

    Add here some other cheese like Camembert or Rockquort. They taste much better than smell :-))).

    Favorite Dish: Madamer and Camembert cheese.

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    At home :-): Salads :-)

    by matcrazy1 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    SIMPLE  TOMATO-CUCUMBER  SALAD

    We like various salads as well. Hmm... to be honest not much time to prepare them on business days. So, Urszula often prepare simple salad: sliced fresh tomatoes and cucumbers with salt and pepper added. Inexpensive, easy and fast.

    Highlight of Urszula is her chicken salad, I think - over one hour of work :-((( but it tastes delicious.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken salad by matcrazy0 :-))).

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    McDonald's: The only drive in restaurant

    by matcrazy1 Updated Nov 10, 2003

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    MCDONALD'S

    The two McDonald's restaurants are the only drive in restaurants in Tychy. The advertisement seen on my picture says: Don't you have time? There is McDrive.
    Hmm... I never ate there but in other McDonald's around Poland a few times in the past.

    Hours:
    8.00 am - midnight daily

    Favorite Dish: No dish but clean restroom to stop and use if needed :-).

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