The talent and charisma of the chef have already been recognised and appreciated on many occasions. Adam Adamczak won prestigious Polish and international awards. When working on his own menu in Oskoma, he uses not only his expertise and skills, but above all his rich imagination, which allows him to draw inspiration from traditional Polish cuisine. The knowledge of modern culinary techniques and the highest quality produce make the familiar flavours gain a new direction here. Oskoma brims with positive, vital energy – just like all of the surrounding Jeżyce, Poznań’s neighbourhood living a fresh youth. The Art Nouveau vibes, so typical of this part of the city, can be found also inside the restaurant. The tasteful grey of the walls has a calming effect, pleasantly contrasting with the intense ocean colour of the sofas and the warm hue of the wooden tables and bar. Comfortable furniture and subtle sounds filling the space create an atmosphere of comfort. The dishes served and the competent, energetic and joyful staff make happiness complete here. Soups with a deep taste evoke natural associations with the warmth of grandma’s kitchen. Excellent dishes, designed with attention to the minutest detail, will delight not only gourmets, but also aesthetes; additions allude to the seasons. The chef and his team know how to use both seasonal and local ingredients: cheeses from Wańczykówka, Polish wasabi or trout from Zielenica. PSST! You can enjoy breakfast in Oskoma as early as from 8:00 a.m. What a way to start a day!