The one on Warsaw called Fatso Tom was chosen as one of best designs in 2019 by Am magazine Wallpaper. Hmm, personally, I don`t like it - looks cold and neutral to me, probably offers good atmosphere to eat sushi but not traditional dishes like pierogis.
The restaurant Peasant Food relate to the decor of country cottages. The idea they had a kind of museum, conveying to the world of nineteenth-century Polish peasants. In 2012, the network has undergone many changes. The new logo and signs, refreshed menu card, making traditional Polish home cooking on a lighter release. The changes also affected the design. The theme of the valve and the restaurant has been arranged in the modern fashion elements of folklore. Dominating the far interior color blue was replaced with warm shades of red and beige. Folk motifs and the best Polish culinary traditions Peasants received eaten so new, reaching the figure of the times. Homemade goodies from the new menu Peasant She was eating can taste not only in restaurants, but also through the services of catering. Peasant Food premises have allowed the service of banquets, celebrations, corporate events, outdoor and business meetings and conferences. With its professional staff and years of experience restaurateurs are preparing events for any number of people in the desired location or in one of the restaurants.
www.inyourpocket.com/krakow/Chlopskie-Jadlo_16763v One of the most well-known and long-running Polish food franchises, Chłopskie Jadło is a reliable romp through the glories of Polish peasant cooking, and a popular choice for tourist groups. Once known for their blue country cottage interiors, a recent re-branding has preserved the atmosphere of 19th century village life created by the collection of rustic furnishings, farming machinery, folk music and motifs - not to mention staff members kitted out as saucy country wenches - while modernising it to look less like an old-fashioned museum. The fresh red and beige colour palette brings a brightness and levity that was previously lacking, and somehow makes the lengthy menu of stodgy peasant dishes more palatable, despite portions being as gut-busting as ever. Also at ul. Św. Agnieszki 1 (C-6, open 12:00-22:00, Fri, Sat 12:00-23:00).
I suppose the appeal is more for the men, but I always felt sorry for the girls in those outfits........
Hmm , that description sounds a bit sexist. I wonder if the author exaggerated on purpose to create a more attractive ad. I saw those waitresses in action and they weren`t saucy at all, just doing their job. Or, the author imagined too much when one or two smiled to him. hahaha
A little I guess, but that's the impression I got to be honest, and I don't relish sounding sexist! Maybe saucy isn't the best description, but I'm female and I got the impression those outfits were meant to appeal to men in a 'My Słowanie' type of way, albeit more reserved.