This petite cafe plays a mix of med pace smooth jazz and 80’s pop. The location is around 10 minutes walk from the Old Town Square. I came to this place multiple times during my short few days stay in Wroclaw. There is limited seating- if you’re lucky you’ll find a spot to hang around. Seating is first-come-first-served, self-service style.
The menu is simple. It is written in Polish on a chalkboard above the counter, and an English menu is available on the side. You can order a selection of bagels, like Lox, Tuna Melt, Hummus, etc. You can also find pancakes, oatmeal, omelettes, salads, and more. The food served uses basic ingredients, so you can really taste the natural ingredients in what you ordered. The cafe even have mini plants and uses fresh herb leaves for their garnishes.
Food comes quickly- it is the perfect place to grab a bite with a cup of tea and coffee.
This place is popular for its food presentation for its inexpensive orders. You can pay the same price for a bagel at a deli, and it will come wrapped in foil. There are tables for you to enjoy your bagel with cutesy little seating.
Location: Świętego Antoniego 10, 52-443 Wrocław
Cost: Omelette with three toppings was 15PLN (aprox. 3.75USD), Oatmeal was about $3USD
Side Note: Central Cafe is rated number 2 of 409 restaurants on Trip Advisor in Wroclaw.