We visited this restaurant on our first night in Warsaw, then returned twice more after a few days in Krakow. We had been told that it was very expensive to eat out and were pleasantly surprised by our experiences here. The quality of food is very good, inlcuding some delicious traditional Polish dishes. Our first visit was on a Tuesday and even though there were only 5 people in the restaurant, it had a lovely, relaxed atmosphere. It was busier on Saturday although still not full, and Sunday was quiet once again. Our bills ranged from 106 PLN (£22) to 150 PLN (£32), generally comprising 2 large beers, 2 cocktails, 2 main courses and 1 dessert. The largest included a bottle of wine, which is expensive everywhere, in place of cocktails, and a huge starter for 2 people. It is a couple of minutes walk from the main train station and well worth a visit.