What looks like a disaster in design and concept is actually a surprisingly authentic Indian restaurant. While the extensive menu has to make the unfortunate concessions of including a page of Polish mains, kebabs, and even pizza, the Indian cuisine is on target and the real-live non-Polish-speaking Indian waiter is willing to let you know the strengths of his kitchen. We can join him in recommending the Madras curry, which was not only more food than we expected, but tasty and - what do you know? - very spicy. With lunch specials for 19.90zł and beer for 4zł, if you can ignore the blindingly orange walls with their amateur murals (though we have to give special recognition to the genius who painted Ganesh with a traditional Polish ciupaga), you'll find yourself enjoying some of the most authentic and affordable Indian food in town.