July is here. So, it means a new monthly menu has to be launched.
And here it is: fresh, new, and again exciting
Remember. Cheese board and cold meats board are available whole week.
The 3 other positions from the menu, only Fridays and Saturdays.
I would like to invite to another workshop which I will run on Tuesday the 23rd of April.
This time it will be with a collaboration with very well known wine shop: The Corkscrew Wine Merchants, which is placed at 4 Chatham Street, Dublin 2.
Wine list will be confirmed soon. It will be a great opportunity to taste still rare product as Polish Wines on the Irish market.
Start at 6 pm. Circa 2 hours and we will taste at least 6 labels from the best Polish producers.
Tickets here: https://goo.gl/Qwc8pM
The third edition of Polish Wine Tasting.
This time during the workshop I will focus more deeply on two Winery from Lower Silesia Voivodship in Poland.
“Winnica Jakubów” and “Winnice Wzgórz Trzebnickich”.
Please join me on Saturday the 23rd of February. 6 pm at the back of Legit Coffee Co.
This also will be the soft opening of my little Wine Bistro.
Please, join me from 9 pm
Only 9 spots are available for a wine workshop.
Tickets: €58 p/p + booking fee
Conversation with this man gaves me so much satisfaction, pleasure and fun also.
I am extremely happy when I get a chance to
If you wish to know, why the pink wine is white and why we called them orange, or what happens to the plantings of Pinot Noir from Germany, or what is gonna be on the 7 meters below the ground level, watch this short interview with Rafał 🙂
Just please, be advised that I translate it myself from Polish to English 😉
If you wish to help me edit, let me know:) https://youtu.be/g_iAJbWiT2A
The 3rd episode of my interviews with Winemakers.
This time I visited Miachał Pajdosz for “Winnica Jakubów” – Jakubów Winery at Jakubów Village in the Lower Silesian Voivodship in Poland.
He runs his winery since 2012 with great successes.
Just watch his story and what he thinks about Winemaking in Poland.
The next producer which I would like to introduce you is an Andrzej Greszta from Weingut Greszta. He is a Polish man who came to Germany while ago to work as a grape picker during a harvest. He beloved wine so much that he decided to start a study about the winemaking process. And the rest of his story… he will tell you himself:) Just watch this short clip.
Who doesn’t like bubbles? We all Love the Fizzy Wines:)
But who knows what’s the difference between Champagne, Cava or Prosecco?
If you like to:
– taste 9 different types of sparkling wines,
– find out where they came from,
– how they have been produced,
– or just find out your favorite one…
Book your ticket to the “Big Sparkling Workshop”
Also, You will be able to win a nice bottle of Fizzy Wine.
I postponed the workshop to Sunday the 27th of January 2019.
Tickets €48 + booking fee available via Eventbrite.ie
“Polish cuisine is the result a treasured lore of ancestral ingredients and has recently bloomed from virtual obscurity to one of the rising stars of the European scene. Its great advantage over long-time favorites like French or Italian fare is its range of unexpected tastes: the sharp pungency of mustard plants, the sparkle of fermentation, and umami galore.”
Those who know me, they can confirm that my polish nights are something, which is definitely worth to try out.
As a Polish who grow up in Poland and who finish Polish Catering School but who love to experimenting, I add to the traditional dishes a small twist.
If you would like to find out if Polish cuisine is something for you, grab your TICKET as soon as possible.
(As you see, there will be meat and most of the allergens, so please do not ask me for vegetarian/vegan or gluten-free option. I do all my preps myself. It cost me lots of planning and time. This is a Pop-Up dinner, not a regular restaurant. Sorry. )
Only 14 spots available.
And one more thing: 11 of November is a Polish Independence Day and Day of Saint Martin (my patron) 🙂