I have been here 3 times with friends. The cafe is located downtown (basically walking distance from the central train station - around 10 minutes and right next to the Plac Konstytucji square) and has several tables outside on the sidewalk on warm months. The interior is simple, but with quite a cozy feeling. The service is decent. When it comes to the food, we always ordered the mezzas (pastas like hummus, babaganoush, etc. each for only 5pln) - they are great to share. When you order 6 or more it's a good idea to take 2 pitas per person (one tends to not be enough;) they cost 3pln each). I've had better hummus elsewhere, but the other mezzas are very tasty! I also love the moroccan tea (there's quite a big selection of other teas, too). Of course there are many other dishes in the menu, but I think the this is a nice place to pop in for a snack! Ironically, opposite the street there is a cafe called Beirut:)
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