What a lovely evening, after a visit to an exhibition at the Science Museum, we called in for drinks here in the bar followed by a hearty supper on the terrace outside. Not being familiar with Polish food, all four of us tried different dishes. Dumplings feature several times on the menu, and the Roast quail with spiced spaetzle dumplings, chestnuts and pomegranate, and the Pelmeni dumplings filled with veal and pork were said to be very good - these looked rather like ravioli; I had the Plaki potato pancake with spiced sauteed chicken livers and dried cherries , the crispy round the edges pancake topped with soft savoury livers, really good and very substantial. There are lighter options, and the Grilled artichoke and braised radicchio salad with broad beans and lemon was good. Main courses included Pork Schnitzel with potatoes and capers, and pot roast Guinea fowl with spring vegetables served in the broth, all very generous. There was no need for dessert at all, but intrigued by the menu we had 4 desserts to share between us and tried Sernik – vanilla & white chocolate cheesecake, roast peaches with yogurt, sticky lemon cake, and warm apple strudel. Nothing was left. Altogether a fine evening surrounded by others enjoying themselves, and a great place to go after some serious museum visiting.