Papierówka deals in ‘comfort food’, and rightly so, because after all who of us doesn’t yearn for a Sunday dinner at grandma’s? The chef’s primary concern is the quality of products used in the restaurant. They have to be seasonal, simple and regional. However, it doesn’t stop him from putting an interesting and modern spin on the form of his dishes, in what is a skilful dialogue with culinary trends and fads. The restaurant’s interior promotes mellow leisure: plenty of light wood and natural accessories (e.g. nice hemp ropes dividing the space), with a lot of light finding its way through the glazed wall. It is also pleasant to sit outside, on their nicely furnished terrace, heated on cooler days. PSST! On Sundays, it’s a good idea to pop in for dinner with the kids. Their animator will see to it that they don’t get bored!