Austere grey walls with exposed sections of old brick, lots daylight coming in through huge windows, wooden tables and an impressive counter, comfortable and colourful armchairs, as well as plenty of greenery. The place is sizable – you will have ample space to meet up for a round of gossip with your friends or sit down with your laptop to do some work. But the main draw is their coffee, served using both classic and alternative brews. However, we mustn’t forget the small biscuits made on premises (their guests offer particularly high praise to the banana bread and delectable meringues), nor the delicious toasts or sandwiches. Trzecia Kawa also makes for an excellent breakfast venue, as they start serving at 9 a.m. (10 a.m. on weekends) – the offerings are ample, seasonal and made with fresh high quality ingredients.