DETAILS OF THE TOURIST ATTRACTION

Category: Gastronomy
Mekong

Kuchnia orientalna

  • Zdrowe i smaczne jedzenie
  • Oryginalne, orientalne przyprawy

Od wielu już lat pasjonuje nas gotowanie i poznawanie smaków z różnych krajów i kultur.

Tą naszą pasję, która sprowadzała się na początku do gotowania dla rodziny i przyjaciół postanowiliśmy przerodzić w sposób na życie.

20-go październik 1998 roku, otworzyliśmy w Centrum Katowic nasz lokal, który z powodzeniem funkcjonuje aż po dziś dzień.

Co ważne nasze dania są proste, gotowane na bieżąco i wzbogacone ciekawymi inspiracjami pór roku i smaków z wielu krain Azji.

Używamy tylko oryginalnych przypraw i korzystamy jedynie ze świeżych warzyw i owoców.
Nie używamy żadnych mrożonek i dlatego również mięso jest u nas zawsze świeże i doskonale przygotowane.

Gotujemy z radością realizując naszą wielką pasję, dlatego wielu naszych klientów poczuło ten domowy klimat i dołączyło do grona naszych przyjaciół.

Często podróżujemy i właśnie wtedy czerpiemy nasze inspiracje. Gości traktujemy jak rodzinę i może właśnie dlatego zawsze po powrotach mamy ochotę poczęstować czymś nowym – zainspirowanym świeżym, kulinarnym odkryciem.

Serdecznie zapraszamy do naszych czterech ścian i posmakowania kuchni, która chodź przygotowywana w małym lokalu, to z wielkim sercem i dla olbrzymiego grona obecnych i nowych przyjaciół do którego serdecznie zapraszamy.

Location
street Słowackiego 21
40-078 Katowice
Katowice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: bar, restaurant
: Asian, Chinese, European, Japanese, international, vegetarian
Contact data
: (32) 725-13-90
: info@mekong.katowice.pl
: www.mekong.katowice.pl
Availability
: whole year

Godziny otwarcia:

  • poniedziałek - piatek: 11:00 - 18:00
  • sobota: 11:30 - 15:00
  • niedziela: zamknięte
Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.
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Katowice
The Mickiewicz Street in Katowice is one of the showpiece streets of the capital of Upper Silesia. Its "career" began in the second half of the nineteenth century, as the Nadbrzeżna Street, and later was called the Augusta Schneider Street. We can find a lot of interesting historical buildings from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as the neo-Gothic edifice of the Adam Mickiewicz III secondary school, Art Nouveau and Modernist buildings, and modern skyscrapers.
Katowice
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.
Katowice
The Goldstein Villa in Katowice, also known as the Palace of the Goldsteins, or the Palace of the Industrialists, is a neo-Renaissance building, located in the western part of downtown Katowice, on the corner of today’s Jan Matejko Street and Plac Wolności (Freedom Square - formerly Wilhelmsplatz). It was built by Abraham and Józef Goldstein in 1872. They were rich Jews who came from the area annexed by Russia, and who for some time ran businesses in Upper Silesia.
Katowice
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.
Katowice
In 1984, the reactivated Silesian Museum in Katowice was moved into the impressive building of the former Grand Hotel at today’s 3 Korfanty Street. The construction of the building was financed by Max Wiener, an entrepreneur from Katowice in 1899. It was designed by Ignatz Gruenfeld or Gerd Zimmermann. The building is made of brick, giving it an elegant, neo-Renaissance form with decorative gables and projections.
Katowice
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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Silesian Tastes Culinary Trail

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Accommodation

Katowice
The object is situated in the historical tenement house in the city center and offers reasonably-priced accommodation in nice atmosphere.
Katowice
B&B Hotel Katowice Centrum is located in the heart of the city, near the main railway station and the shopping center Galeria Katowicka.
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Gastronomy

Katowice
Nasze bistro powstało z pasji do roślinnej kuchni i przekonania, że możliwe jest życie i jedzenie, pozwalające oszczędzić zbędnego okrucieństwa wobec zwierząt, nie zmuszając tym samym do kulinarnych wyrzeczeń i ascezy.
Katowice
Doskonały na spotkania w szerszym gronie jak również tylko we dwoje, dający poczucie kameralności, pogranicze tajemniczości, romantyzmu i szorstkiej codzienności.
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