The Bazar Poznański has a unique place in the hearts of the city’s inhabitants. Indeed, it is a symbol of social responsibility and commitment, a place shown proudly during every city-tour. In its heyday, a large part of the building was occupied by a hotel, which had Ignacy Paderewski among its guests. Today, we are reminded of these times when visiting the Bazar 1838 restaurant. Bright interior boasts modern arrangement with elements of the bygone era skilfully mixed in. Indeed, its decor is elegant, but not to the point of being overdone. The restaurant serves dishes from their fixed menu (classics from Poland and Wielkopolska) or the menu that is seasonal, based on locally sourced products. PSST! All of their sweets, including macaroons and éclairs, are made in their own patisserie. You can also get them to go.