Saturday, 10 March 2012


We just had dinner in Anatevka (watch Fiddler on the roof to get this reference)!

Our Anatevka, not the village in Fiddler on the Roof, is a famous Polish restaurant which is more Jewish than a Rabbi's sitting room. People from all over Poland come to Lodz to dine in the Jewish themed restaurant. It was quite amazing that Jewish culture is still relevant in Poland today and not only is it being kept alive but it is being kept alive by Polish people, for Polish people.

The meal was SUPER cheap and we ate like (Polish) kings! Our very friendly waitress Joanna also gave us three free shots of home made honey vodka.

They also gave us little Jewish men as we were leaving. Best Restaurant EVER:

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Also, to further explain why the name Anatevka is exciting for us, listen to this:

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