One of the younger and more interesting gastronomic concepts in Poznań. They’re all about cereals here, but some concessions were made to accommodate the gluten intolerant guests as well. Apart from wheat, barley or rye, the menu also features dishes served with sorghum grains, quinoa or buckwheat. The seemingly traditional options will surprise you with their modern form, while the novel ones – with creative uses of well-known ingredients. The menu is universal enough to see that a family dinner leaves both the family senior and his vegan granddaughter fully satisfied. The friendly and warm atmosphere of the place can also be attributed to its decor: bourgeois wooden furniture, graphical combination of black and white, ‘cereal’ graphic art adorning the walls, as well as the sunny yellow of the accessories. PSST! The menu features interesting seasonal inserts!