It’s a thing these days: putting the words ‘street food’ into any new ethnic restaurant’s name and the suggestion seems to be that the results will be cheap and snacky. That’s not the case here. While the place is very casual and the part-open kitchen spills out aromas to both make your mouth water and your clothes absord the smells (much like a Bangkok street stall) this is a well-priced restaurant rather than snack-on-the-run bar. The menu offers a short list of mains, but you can choose which core ingredient to have with it i.e. some offer a choice between tofu, chicken, duck or beef. The results are very good and we particularly liked the satays and soups to start. Worth a look if you’re in old Wrzeszcz near the train station and you’re not dressed to impress.