Besides the food being colorful and inventive there is a restaurant concept that works here. It has a visible kitchen, which at times is a little noisy, and beautifully designed interior that thrusts the bar to attention. The food has been left in the hands of Piotr Ceranowicz, a chef with bucket loads of talent, and his menu manages to both creative and yet reassuringly simple. The beef tartar is an excellent starter, served with a careful dollop of mustard flavored ice cream. Despite its city center location, the air is neighborly and casual: the kind of place you pop into work to catch up with friends over a Czech beer and a bite to eat.
ul. Bagatela 10, open 12:00-last guest