This is a simple, but very attractive cafe, where the soothing shades of yellow and blue found on the walls and in the paintings are repeated in the flowers and stemware on the tables. We were warmly welcomed by the owners who took some time to speak with us and provided excellent service throughout the meal. The food is a good alternative to the other options that are available in Naples, and while Polish food may not be quite as familiar as, say Italian or French food, it is a kind of comfort food - a meal that your grandmother might have made for you. Here, it is extremely well prepared and nicely presented. We also enjoyed the Polish beer and the unexpected courses of pate before the meal and cookies afterwards.
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