Looking a charmingly rudimentary from the outside (a wooden bench, wobbly ashtray and plastic crates), step through a battered door plastered with stickers to be instantly seduced by a tiny locale with 1930s floor tiles and no shortage of collectible junk: Polaroids, postcards, books and mags. Polish roasteries are well represented, and other plus points go to the succinct choice of cakes, craft beers, kombuchas and suchlike. Random fact: occultist and astrologist Błażej Włodarz once lived at this addy!
ul. Malczewskiego 6