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Category: Gastronomy
Obiady Domowe Jak u Mamy

Jeśli masz dość niezdrowego jedzenia typu fast food, jesteś w ciągłym ruchu, ale cenisz sobie tradycyjną kuchnię - jesteśmy dla Ciebie idealnym rozwiązaniem. Przyrządzamy prawdziwie domowe potrawy, które pozwolą najeść Ci się do syta za niewielką cenę.

Gotujemy używając tylko świeżych i zdrowych produktów, w naszym menu znajdziesz duży wybór zup oraz obiadów wywodzących się z tradycyjnej polskiej kuchni.

Oferujemy również catering dla firm, spotkań rodzinnych oraz przyjęć okolicznościowych.

Zapraszamy do lokalu w sercu miasta, gdzie ugościmy Cię w miłej atmosferze smacznym obiadem... obiadem Jak U Mamy!

Location
3-go Maja 34
Katowice
Katowice
Silesia
in the city/town centre
General Information
: bar, greasy spoon, bistro, restaurant
: Polish, Silesian, European, international, Old Polish
Contact data
: 607 912 000
: obiady.abadaba@gmail.com
: www.obiadydomowe.katowice.pl
Prices & amenities
: we accept payments, we accept card payments, others, amenities for children
Availability
: whole year

Godziny otwarcia:

  • poniedziałek - piątek: 09:00 - 18:00
  • sobota: 09:00 - 15:00
  • niedziela: zamknięte
: możliwość rezerwacji, odpowiednie dla grup, dania na wynos, realizacja, catering, obsługa kelnerska, stoliki na zewnątrz
Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
Description forthcoming
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.

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The building of the Adam Mickiewicz III Secondary Comprehensive School is the pride of one of the most important streets of Katowice - Mickiewicz Street. The history of the school dates back to the 70s of the nineteenth century, and the building itself was completed in 1900. It was designed by Józef Perzik, who gave it the neo-Gothic building character. The building was erected of brick and stone. It is decorated with impressive turrets over the roof and projections with fine tops and a rosette in the main façade.
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Katowice developed from a small village to a major urban industrial center over several decades, from the late eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century. The oldest and most important urban axis is the line connecting the three squares: Wolności, Rynek (Market Square) and Szramka. Of these three sites, the Market Square was laid out as the firSt It was a place which for several centuries was an important transportation hub. The oldest urban axis is lined with a number of stately edifices, including the synagogue, the church of Saint Mary’s, etc.
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The buildings housing the District Court offices in Katowice and a former prison complex (now a remand center) are located in the city center, in the vicinity of the intersection of Andrzeja and Mikołowska Streets. The building, which originally housed the Royal District Court, consists of two parts built in 1889 and 1913 respectively. At the turn of the twentieth century, a complex of the prison buildings with the residences of the prison governor and guards were also erected in the vicinity.
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