Jadka is not only its tasty cuisine – it is also the interior, which remembers old times of Prussian Breslau. This part of town is was where a local butchery operated, thanks to what the buildings stretching from the city wall and Odra river to the current Saint Nicholas street were called the Butchers Quarter. Hence the restaurants name – in old Polish ‘jatka’ is a meat shop, while ‘jadka’ (more-less eating) is a wordplay stemming from that root. In 19th century, the butchery was moved to the area around Legnicka street and the premises of our restaurant were turned into a the first spirit factory Gebr. Levy & Comp.