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Sunday Dreaming
February 6, 2008   
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Fans of Magda Gessler's famous cuisine and her chic Ale Gloria restaurant in Warsaw can now enjoy a relaxed Sunday relishing the taste of dishes made specially for a weekly get-together called Sunday Dreaming. Guests have the opportunity to tickle their taste buds with a variety of meat or fish dishes (diffrent menu every Sunday).

A special attraction of these Sunday lunches is a special tartar buffet, where cooks season the traditional dish with cognac, capers, pickled mushrooms, quail eggs, and many other delicacies right before your eyes, demonstrating culinary art at its finest. Guests have three steaming soups to choose from. The menu also features a selection of four different main courses, and a bowl of scrumptious Polish pierogi (dumplings).

There is also something for the little ones. Games will keep them entertained, and kids can paint, listen to fairy tales or play with building blocks, all under the careful supervision of qualified baby-sitters. They can take a break for a treat from the kids' menu, including a butter roll with ham, chicken sticks, or mini burgers with fries.

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"Sunday Dreaming", Sundays, noon-5 p.m.
Price for lunch: zl.129 each
Children under 6: free, Children under 12: zl.65 each

Ale Gloria restaurant, 3 Trzech Krzyży Sq., tel. 0-22 584 70 80
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