It’s impossible to miss the front windows of this restaurant when strolling around the Krotoszyn market square. The interior design is dominated by wood, metal and brick, as befits a place that claims to be serving dishes of contemporary, original cuisine. And that is indeed what they offer here – each day, the chef draws inspiration from many sources as he constructs his dishes. The menu changes regularly. It’s also bolstered with seasonal inserts, which feature trendy Asian dishes, such as ramen or pho. The menu also features many vegetarian dishes, such as the green lentil salad with arugula and pomegranate, as well as mouth-watering desserts made on premises. A clearly structured wine list will help you choose the right wine pairing for your meal. PSST! If the main dining room is full, try the second one – entrance through the gate.