" This Polish cafe/restaurant/bar appears quite small when viewed from outside, but it has a lovely traditionally styled room at the rear, with wooden tables, sofa and lots of old and interesting items on the walls. We popped-in one lunch time and it wasn't very busy. (It is not necessary to book in advance). The menu is a mixture of Polish and English dishes and they do a variety of breakfasts too. The waitress recommended two mains for us to try (Pork Chop and Chicken Kiev) and they were delicious. The chips were hand cut and the mashed potato had onion and bacon in it, which gave a lovely flavour. We accompanied the mains with two pints of Polish beer and my friend then had a glass of red wine. The price with Tastecard came to £16 which seemed quite reasonable and the service was great too! There were no problems in using the Tastecard and I can recommend Oberza as a place to try.
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