Jewish Restaurant "Anatewka"

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ul. 6 Sierpnia 2/4., Lodz, Poland - (+48) 042 630 36 35

Jewish Restaurant "Anatewka" Lodz Reviews

kamja kamja
64 reviews
Sep 14, 2007
The Anatewka is a place to return to. This small restaurant has a unique atmosphere and loyal regulars. Its décor brings to mind a warm atmosphere of a 19th century bourgeois home and it has that certain something that the Lodz of olden times had. Tables of different sizes are covered with hand-crotchet tablecloths like in our grandmas' homes. Portraits of ancestors on the walls and a whole lot of bric-a-brac associated with Jewish culture. The smiling staff are at the door to greet you and to take your coat to put it in an ample wardrobe.
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kamja says:
@antonneumann What is a good luck symbol? And not 1 złoty, it's one penny. I think the point of it isn't to promote Jewish culture. It's to mimic the spirit of Lodz's places from XIXth century.
Posted on: Jun 11, 2012
antonneumann says:
Food was very good but not always authentically Jewish. Where does garlic tea with liqueur come from?!?!? The meal was somewhat marred at the end by the farewell gift - a model of a rabbi with a 1 zloty coin. This is of course common in Poland as a good luck symbol but you would have thought that a Jewish restaurant would have avoided this kind of offensive imagery. Otherwise we had a lovely meal and a lovely evening.
Posted on: Jun 02, 2012
mellemel8 says:
sounds yummy. i love jewish food. i make a mean matza ball soup :)
Posted on: Sep 16, 2007
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