A nice restaurant, which manages an interesting combination of two decor concepts. On the one hand, the bar and furniture showcase the style of an English pub, on the other hand, though, the colour palette is bright and romantic (white, grey and dove-coloured), which is the last thing you’d expect to find in a pub. Szarlotta’s menu is also very diverse. Classic Pol¬ish dishes, such as żurek, pierogi or several interpretations of wieprzowina złotnicka, share space with French croques, Middle Eastern hummus, as well as American burgers and club sandwiches. Food is simple, seasonal and made with first-rate ingredients. It’s worth pointing out that their fresh and savoury buns, breads and challot are all baked on the premises. PSST! The spacious hall, tucked away in the basement, is ideal for family celebrations.