Toga
The TOGA restaurant, known for its unique and light cuisine, derives its inspirations mostly from Polish courtly and bourgeois culinary traditions. During the summer months TOGA organizes "plane tree parties" at the Arkadia building terrace, where guests may admire the view of Freedom Square, Bazar Hotel, and the National Museum.

Toga is a member of the Greater Poland Culinary Heritage network, and the Slow Food organization, which seeks out and promotes local, environment-friendly products, and restaurants which utilize those products.

Villa Magnolia
Historic building of the Villa Magnolia restaurant is located next to Wilson park, Poznań Greenhouse, and MTP fair grounds. Situated only a single junction away from the train station, it's a perfect location for both tourists and businessmen.

Villa Magnolia's chef, Jacek Leśniewicz-Kuszka, personally supervises all cooking facilities, which are also open to public. Passionately developed Italian and traditional Polish cuisine courses, served in the beautiful interior of the Villa Magnolia restaurant, ensure wondrous culinary reminiscences of Poznań.

Platinum Palace Residence Restaurant
Platinum Palace features Poznań's top culinary talents. Dominik Brodziak, the restaurant's chef, has represented Poland in the Bocuse d'Or 2008 competition. His team won this year's Polish Culinary Cup. Perfect technique, experiences, and extraordinary creativity enable guests to experience Europe's top cuisine.

Vine Bridge
An open-minded, dynamic place. Focused on the future, but also utilizing past generation achievements. Satisfaction is guaranteed due to excellent, lively cuisine, top selection of wines, and a chance to see an extraordinary part of the city.
Vine Bridge is Poznań's smallest restaurant, located next to the Bishop Jordan Bridge, which leads to the Ostrów Tumski island. It provides only two tables, where an extraordinary meal is prepared with guests watching.

Brovaria
Modern and fashionable Brovaria attracts guests with locally brewed beer, interesting interiors, and lively bars. Brovaria is also a restaurant, with Rafał Jelewski, the only Polish finalist of the Bocuse d'Or competition, as its chef. Together with Paweł Rozmiarek, a two-time winner of the Polish Culinary Cup, they develop extraordinarily tasteful courses, deriving their inspiration from forgotten Polish traditions, and modern international trends.

Gospoda pod Koziołkami
Regional cuisine enthusiasts should start their culinary endeavours at "Gospoda pod Koziołkami" ("Billy Goat Tavern"). This restaurant is located at the centre of the Old Marketplace, inside a historical tenement house. Pierogi (stuffed dumplings), potatoes with gzik sauce (made from white cheese, sour milk, chives, and radish), grey noodles, and duck with dumplings from a rag, have been winning the hearts of tourists in Poznań for years.

MOSAICA (IBB Andersia Hotel)
Four sections, four kinds of lighting, four unique arrangements. Mosaica is a compromise of four elements, expressed with colours, arrangements, and architecture.

Guests may decide in which surroundings they prefer to taste the excellent Italian pasta, juicy steak, or mouth-watering, traditional Poznań duck. Sensuous, calm, live piano music creates an unforgettable atmosphere, making Mosaica restaurant a magical place, satisfying not only the sense of taste.

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