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Description: Excellent Polish, Argentinean and international cuisine served in unique interior. Restaurant's name is inspired by "Ferdydurke", a novel which had been banned in Poland by authoritarian regimes, due to its existential suggestiveness and extravagant narrative. "Ferdydurke" is an absurd-tinged story of an adult who is suddenly transferred into a boyish, school world. "Ferdydurke" is a series of grotesque and surreal sequences with a somnambulistic hint. Prepared by our chefs from ingredients of highest quality, the dishes and drinks constitute the essence of Polish and Latino American cuisine. The interior - the effect of a joint effort of many Polish artists - extracts the essence and tone of "Ferdydurke", both of which are expressed in photos, paintings, original small objects and graphics which may give cause for reflection.