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Category: Gastronomy
Bob Cafe

Bob Cafe jest lokalem z tradycjami – powstał w 1989 roku, ale pierwsza restauracja działała w tym miejscu już ok. 1922 roku. Serwuje dania kuchni włoskiej, meksykańskiej i amerykańskiej. Dzięki temu w jednym miejscu można wypróbować przysmaki z różnych zakątków świata, a także skosztować kolorowych drinków miksowanych według indywidualnych preferencji klienta. Kawosze powinni też wypróbować ten aromatyczny napój przygotowywany we włoskim stylu serwowany przez najlepszych baristów.

Każdy homosapiens płci męskiej może tu ucieszyć oko widokiem najpiękniejszych dziewczyn w naszym mieście.

Kuchnia świata.

W menu: śniadania, lunche, obiady, kawa i napoje.

Location
street Chopina 8
Katowice
Katowice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: cafe, restaurant
: American, European, Mexican, international, Polish, Italian
Contact data
: 32 726 10 65
: bob@bob.katowice.pl
: www.bob.katowice.pl
Prices & amenities
: we accept payments, we accept card payments, others, non-smoking place
Availability
: whole year

Godziny otwarcia:

  • poniedziałek - czwartek: 10:00 - 00:00
  • piątek - sobota: 10:00 - 05:00
  • niedziela: 14:00 - 00:00
: parkowanie: na ulicy i parking z obsługą, catering, odpowiednie dla grup, stoliki na zewnątrz, możliwość rezerwacji, dania na wynos, obsługa kelnerska, rezerwacja nie jest wymagana, Wi-Fi
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