Each designed by a different artist, the unique chairs in this museum café befit the eclectic menu of inexpensive Polish and international food. Vegetarians will enjoy the selection of meatless options, such as nalesniki (crepes stuffed with fruit or cheese). The service leaves something to be desired, but you go for the setting—an old castle on a hill that houses the Centre of Modern Art. In the summertime, outdoor seating offers a spectacular park view.
A post modern interior and excellent food for both vegetarians and non vegetarians. In winter you sit inside on modern art furniture and in summer you can relax outside in the sun and enjoy the views over the park.
Favorite Dish: The potato pancakes are excellent and I certainly would recommend those with mushrooms. I have to admit though that there are plenty of dishes to chose from. You will be spoilt for choice.
Also have an excellent range of coffees including Irish and one with amaretto. These are perfect in winter to warm you up.
Nothing exceptional about the food I'm afraid, but it's got its ambiance and is still kind of trendy. The restaurant got two rooms and great views from the terrace in summer. The service can be sometimes slow.
Favorite Dish: I don't have a favourite dish there. They call it "postmodern dishes". Well. But generally it's OK.
Good restaurant for a lunch with friends. A favorit for artists and art students. Be aware that the service is also composed of artsy people... sometimes a bit too loose, if you know what I mean.
In the summer, they have a really nice garden, with view on a park.
Expositions at the Contemporary Art Center, located behind the restaurant, are worth a visit.