- Main course: £10
- Food spend: £20
- Opening hours
- Open for lunch from 12:00 to 15:00, Tuesday to Friday. Open for dinner from 18:00 to 22:30. Sunday Brunch is served from 11:30 to 16:00. Closed Monday and Saturday lunch.
When Wodka opened in 1989, Jan Woroniecki's commitment to bringing Polish and Eastern European food to a wider audience made Wodka a small phenomenon. Set in the attractive residential area of Kensington just south of Kensington Gardens, Wodka occupies an old building that was originally the Dairy to Kensington Palace.
uietly tucked away, the location of Wodka makes it a favourite amongst locals and an inviting surprise to visitors who happen to find it. Complete with antique ceramic tiles and wood panelling, the building's understated design highlights its relaxed elegance, ensuring a warm and intimate dining atmosphere. Alongside Jan Woroniecki's second restaurant, Baltic, Wodka serves the best Polish and Eastern European food in London. Rustic and flavourful, Wodka's menu represents a range of great country cooking and daily specials from the region.
Wodka also stocks the complete selection of Polish vodkas from Wyborowa and Krupnik to Goldwasser, served in frozen glasses.
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