Tylicz [ˈtɨlʲit͡ʂ] (Rusyn: Тылич, Tȳlych, Ukrainian: Тилич, Tylych) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Krynica-Zdrój, within Nowy Sącz County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland, close to the border with Slovakia. It lies approximately 6 kilometres (4 mi) east of Krynica-Zdrój, 35 km (22 mi) south-east of Nowy Sącz, and 108 km (67 mi) south-east of the regional capital Kraków.
5 based on 214 reviews
Restaurant is open from 12:00 a.m. till 10:00 p.m.as per our reservation schedule. Reservations are obligatory.
Restaurant is located off the beaten track in the small park. Palce is nice, but food is just amazing as is the service. Owners and chefs have a great passion. It is worth to try!
4 based on 270 reviews
Absolutely lovely restaurant! A few minutes outside of the main town. Delicious food- even vegetarian options!! Traditional decor but looks brand new. The service was great. Our waiter was wonderful. Great English & made excellent recommendations. Lovely, welcoming place!!
4 based on 120 reviews
French name for a mix of an italian and polish food. Nice, small terasse few few tables outside, much more pleasant that murky interior. Food-wise, in spite of good advice of waiter steering me from anything more elaborated, even pizza are poor: crispy but well too thick dough, average toppings, trace quantities of main ones but overwhelming presence of onions. As to mozzarella, it has never seen Italy nor any decent cheese producer - rather looks, melts and smells like highly industrial processed white patty sold as best as 'cheese-like product'. Maybe my standards are too high but it is shame.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
We've explored the restaurant almost every day during our two weeks stay in "Paradise", so we hope we are entitled to give readers our fresh opinion about the food and service they providing there. We've tried a lot of different dishes form they're reach menu and we were never disappointed what we have eaten. Perfectly grilled wild salmon filet on a crispy fried green beans, delicious spare ribs on a crispy potato cakes with fried sauerkraut (regional dish), grilled local cheese "oscypek" in bacon served with fresh iceberg lettuce and tasty raspberry and balsamic souse, a variety of very tasty soups and a lot more of nice and freshly made dishes and desserts. All of this thanks to a very professional chef and the rest of restaurants competitive and positively engaged staff. They working very hard with passion to keep the restaurant running smoothly and providing an excellent service not only to hotel's guests. We wish them all the best and we'll keep our fingers crossed that the hotel's other services will compare to the restaurant's standard. We hope we'll let you know about this when we visit Krynica again.
4 based on 239 reviews
We stayed in Krynica of 7 days during May 2016. We visited Pod Zielona Gorka on the 2nd night and we had the best Pierogi we have ever tasted. The atmosphere inside was warm and rustic and the staff were friendly, helpful and welcoming. The food was beautiful and very reasonably priced. We enjoyed the experience so much that we returned 3 more times before the end of the week. We will definitely pop in again when we return in future.
4.5 based on 288 reviews
Location: really in the centre of Krynica, in a beautiful building, great retro design. Service: we were with some luggage and snowboard which wasn't a problem at all as the staff helped us with leaving all this in a convenient place. Waitress was attentive and recommended some great dessert. Food: absolutely delicious: beetroot soup, lamb, dessert - all fresh and tasty.Especially lamb was soft, melting in mouth. Maybe soup could be a bit hotter. Anyway, it was homely and super nice.
4 based on 159 reviews
The Polish definition of stylish would be 'poles' apart (every pun intended) from the meaning of that word. This was the second times I had come across this word being used to describe a place in Poland, and in both cases I was sorely disappointed.
The interior in fact is quite uninviting. The outdoor garden area is a better place to sit. They had a very limited selection of cakes, and the tiramisu we ended up ordering was downright inedible. After trying cappuccino in 2 places in Krakow (full of milk), I have sworn off coffee, and had a fresh juice instead.
Please note there is a branch of this across from the mineral waters building with the same exact menu, but a better place to sit and enjoy your coffee or whatever.
4.5 based on 423 reviews
Food very similar to classic Polish staple dishes but with a surprising twist! Pickled tomatoes, horsemeat tartare and mint/quark dumplings were amazing. Great venue, nice service and perfect music.
I am not lowering the score but they run out of bread and were serving sub-par cheap bread from a store. Pity.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
We were looking for a place with cheap food in Krynica. We found Bar za Rogiem and tried two things, I have eaten very good zurek, and my girlfriend ate pancakes with sweet cheese. Both dishes were really good and amazingly cheap.
3.5 based on 139 reviews
Easy to find restaurant with wide range of dishes, fair prices, great prices and staff which speaks English and German. On Friday night there was even life music. Can really recommend. Get a reservation upfront to get a table during peak times.
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