Now if you want a brunch place to visit when in Wroclaw, you must visit Di Dinette. It is simply delicious. Brunch seems to be such a big thing in Wroclaw, similar to any other city these days! Brunch really is taking off and Wroclaw did not disappoint. You can check out about Wroclaw Brunch post here.
We soon realised when arriving in Wroclaw how cheap it was and its crazy that an entire brunch for 2 of us cost the same amount as 1 dish back in London!
We both opted for a coffee (of course) Annie went for an americano and Rach had a cappucino. We both also decided to order a ‘cocktail’ as they called them, which was basically a smoothie. For the smoothies they all sound great, but we chose the Mangolinas and the Pink Rosemary which were sooo delicious! We reckon you would be very happy with any of the smoothies off the menu.
For the food we had to go for the waffles and the pancakes as the pictures of them on Instagram looked great!
The waffles were served with a generous portion of bacon and 2 bright orange fried eggs (the sign of a good egg!), it was all drizzled in maple syrup, it was utterly delicious and so so filling!
The pancakes came with seasonal fruit, although we didn’t think that nectarines and mangos are in season in winter. There were 4 pancakes in the stack and the super fluffy pancakes were drizzled in maple syrup. The pancakes came with these amazing cinnamon apples and we wished they just came with these, and lots of them!
The atmosphere is great, with people coming and going and there are plenty of tables. However by the time we had left there was a queue for people wanting their brunch fix!
We actually loved Dinette so much that we visited twice! On the Sunday we ordered two new dishes! Annie opted for the Moroccan eggs and Rach had the bacon and avocado toast!
The Moroccan eggs were delicious it was avocado, 2 poached eggs and hummus but I also added extra bacon! Would definitely recommend this dish it was so delicious.
The avocado and bacon on toast was more like a toastie, we thought it would be placed on top of a slice of toast but instead it was grilled into a toasted sandwich. It was delicious but Rach would more recommend as a lunch dish instead of brunch!
Rach also tried a new smoothie which was the pomarango, it was banana, mango, orange juice and mint and it was really refreshing.
Brunch price Breakdown: Pancakes 21 Waffles 21 Americano Cappuccino Smoothie – Total = 95 zloty including service which is roughly £19
Our bill on the Sunday was cheaper as we didn’t order any coffee! It came to roughly £16 so again another bargain.
If you are in are in Wroclaw you have got to visit, the dinner menu also sounds incredible! So if we return we will be trying it out for sure.