The restaurant’s name is a reference to Mikołaj Wierzynek and the feast he threw to mark the end of the congress of monarchs in 1364. As the legend goes, at that time ‘the tables were groaning under the weight of all the food’. That spirit of hospitality has been fostered in Wierzynek up to this very day. The restaurant occupies several rooms across three buildings. The walls are decorated with gilded leather hangings, frescos and paintings, including a reproduction of ‘The Feast at Wierzynek’ by Bronisław Abramowicz. Polish dishes served in such a splendid setting are elevated to an entirely new level, referencing the traditions of cuisine once served to the Polish gentry. The impeccable manners and class of the waiters, dressed in white shirts, bow ties and vests, make all the guests feel special. PSST! Visit the Renaissance Hall for live performances of music by Chopin.