This place takes its guests straight to a vineyard in the south of Europe. The brick cellars of Wit Stwosz’s former home were styled into a typical Spanish bodega. But Enoteka’s interior is truly all about the wine – wine racks, wine barrels, wine coolers. There is no question about what rules in this restaurant! Enoteka is split into a bistro and a restaurant. The same à la carte menu is available in both places, and the restaurant part additionally offers a tasting menu. There’s also delicatessen at the place, where – apart from French and Italian specialities – you can also find over twenty types of cigars. In this context, it’s worth noting that the place also has a smoking room. PSST! Enoteka offers tastings of hard liquors – vodka and whisky.