When I booked Wroclaw, I asked other bloggers who’d been for food and drink recommendations. Kirsty suggested Whiskey In The Jar, on Market Square, and when I realised just how close to my hotel it was I knew I had to go. I thought I’d write about my experience, so this post is my Whiskey In The Jar Wroclaw review for you. If you’re ever in the city, I’d recommend going-this post was written off my own back and I paid for my meal, so it’s written simply because I enjoyed myself.
Whiskey In The Jar is an American themed restaurant known for it’s steak and cocktails, so of course that’s what I had. The cocktail menu had lots of options, from Whiskey based to mocktails, as well as traditional cocktails like a Cosmopolitan. I ended up having three, because the first one, quite strong, gave me the taste for a second, and the second made me think a third was a good idea. The third made me slightly wobbly on my feet when I walked back to the hotel-so if you go, bear in mind you’ll end up drunker than you do at home.
My steak was perfectly cooked to my choice (medium rare) and the blue cheese sauce I chose was delicious. The chips were well cooked and very chunky, the very best kind of chips. Staff were attentive and service was quick, and it didn’t matter that I hadn’t booked a table. Sadly I wasn’t able to sit outside, though, which I would have liked.
My meal at Whiskey In The Jar (steak and chips with additional sauce, and three cocktails) cost me about £30, which I didn’t think was too bad. I was there around an hour and a half, although I could have stayed longer as they weren’t trying to rush me, I just felt a bit on edge as this as my first dining alone abroad experience. I wouldn’t hesitate to go back, though, and try some more of those cocktails.
Would you try Whiskey In The Jar if you were in Wroclaw?